Global Health Experts Welcome Trump Administration’s Reversal On Proposed Rescission Of Ebola Funds

HuffPost: Trump Walks Back A Disastrous Ebola Funding Cut And Experts Sigh In Relief
“The Trump administration has walked back its proposal to reclaim $252 million in unspent Ebola funds on Tuesday, which experts lauded as a welcome shift in the administration’s approach to global health leadership — especially amid the new Ebola outbreak. … [T]he contribution of $8 million [to help in the response to the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo] and the withdrawal of the rescission proposal are quelling some fears that the U.S. is ceding health security leadership on the global stage…” (Weber, 6/6).

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