Most HCWs Infected With Ebola In Sierra Leone Exposed To Virus In Non-Ebola Hospital, Residential Settings, Study Shows

CIDRAP News: Study: Most health workers infected in non-Ebola settings
“Ebola infections in health care workers (HCWs) were much more likely to occur in a non-Ebola hospital or at home than in an Ebola treatment center, according to a study [published] yesterday in BMC Infectious Diseases that involved 293 infected HCWs in Sierra Leone…” (Wappes, 10/14).

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