Lessons From International Response To Ebola Informing Public Health Agencies’ Quicker Efforts To Address Zika

Nature: Specter of Ebola haunts Zika response
“Public health workers are still struggling to stamp out the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. But the lessons learned from that outbreak — which exposed major flaws in the global public health system — are shaping the escalating international response to the spread of Zika virus in the Americas…” (Hayden, 3/2).

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