Monitoring System Used In Georgia During Ebola Outbreak Could Serve As Model, CDC Says

CQ HealthBeat: Georgia’s Ebola Reporting System Could Be a Model for Outbreaks, CDC Says
“The electronic reporting system used in Georgia to monitor travelers during the height of the Ebola outbreak last year could serve as a blueprint for responding to other disease outbreaks, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…” (Zanona, 4/9).

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