Infectious Disease, Ebola Experts Speak About Outbreak Preparedness, Response At Aspen Ideas Festival

The Atlantic: Preventing the Next Pandemic
“…[W]hat we’ve learned from the Ebola outbreak is that, in the face of an unexpected pandemic, [getting back to] normal isn’t good enough. ‘If one thing kills 10 million people on planet Earth in the next decade, it’s going to be a pandemic,’ said Ron Klain, who served as the White House Ebola ‘czar’ from October 2014 to February 2015, at the Aspen Ideas Festival on Friday. ‘If you believe that’s the kind of threat we face, we need to have a response’…” (Beck, 6/27).

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