HCWs, Clinics Refusing Care For Pregnant Women In Liberia Because Of Increased Ebola Risk

NPR: Dangerous Deliveries: Ebola Leaves Moms And Babies Without Care
“…[I]n Liberia, you hear the same story over and over again: Someone got Ebola while trying to help a pregnant woman in trouble. … The risk to health care workers is so high that many clinics in Liberia refuse to treat pregnant women. Hospitals have closed their maternity wards…” (Doucleff, 11/18).

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