Mali Marks 7 Ebola Deaths As Questions Raised Over Hospital’s Response To Outbreak

News outlets report on Ebola in Mali, where questions are being raised about the nation’s response to two outbreaks after the death of the doctor who treated the country’s second Ebola index patient brings the number of deaths to seven.

Associated Press: Mali Ebola crisis deepens with doctor’s death (Ahmed, 11/20).
Reuters: Doctor who treated source of second Mali Ebola outbreak dies (Diallo et al., 11/20).
VOA News: Doctor’s Death Pushes Mali’s Ebola Toll to Seven (11/20).
IRIN: Questions over Mali’s Ebola response (11/18).
Reuters: Guinea imam’s trip to Mali exposes gaps in Ebola response (Penney/Farge, 11/20).
Washington Times: WHO outlines six Ebola cases in Mali (Howell, 11/20).

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