Experts Evaluate Western Hemisphere’s Zika Outbreak Response In NYT Article

New York Times: How the Response to Zika Failed Millions
“…The WHO ended the emergency status [of the Zika outbreak] in November, but the consequences of the outbreak will be with us for years to come. So maybe now is a good time to ask: How’d we do? Not so great, according to more than a dozen public health experts who were asked to reflect on the response. The battle was a series of missed opportunities, they said, that damaged still-uncounted numbers of babies across a whole hemisphere…” (McNeil, 1/16).

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