Former U.S. Ebola Coordinator Ron Klain Speaks With Vox About Epidemic, Response

Vox: Ebola czar — “This thing isn’t over yet.” And the next pandemic could be even worse.
“On October 17, 2014, just as Ebola panic reached a fever pitch in America, President Obama did something unusual: he appointed Ron Klain as America’s first-ever ‘Ebola response coordinator’ — a title that very quickly morphed into ‘Ebola czar.’ … [Julia Belluz] talked to Klain by phone about his experience — and why he’s still worried about the next outbreak…” (3/3).

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