Experts Call For Focus On Localized Ebola Outbreaks To Slow West African Epidemic

Devex: Battle against Ebola to go ‘mini, local’ — experts
“…Fighting [Ebola] in West Africa now requires smaller but more medical teams in the countryside while stakeholders are increasingly thinking about how to address the long-term effects of the outbreak, according to sources who attended Friday a high-level meeting with U.N., E.U., and NGO experts in Brussels…” (Kramers, 12/16).

Reuters: Sierra Leone to start house-to-house searches for Ebola patients
“…Health workers will seek Ebola victims and anyone with whom they have had contact, transporting those infected to new British-built treatment centers, according to a government plan announced this week…” (Farge et al., 12/17).

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