Obama Lauds Congress For Emergency Ebola Funding, Warns West African Epidemic Must End To Avoid Spread To U.S.

The Hill: Obama: ‘A lot more work to do’ on Ebola
“President Obama on Friday applauded Congress for setting aside $5.4 million in emergency funding to fight Ebola, which he said is crucial in case the disease resurfaces in the United States. ‘Until we have snuffed out the last case of Ebola in West Africa there’s always the prospect, and in fact, likelihood that it spreads and it could end up coming back to the United States,’ Obama said after a meeting with more than two dozen high-level health and security officials…” (Ferris, 12/12).

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