Sierra Leone More Prepared For Disease Outbreak After Ebola But Still Faces Shortcomings, Officials Say

BBC News: Is Sierra Leone ready for the next epidemic?
“…[E]xactly two years since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Ebola outbreak a global health emergency, parts of the health system are probably in the best shape they have ever been in. However, there are still ‘major shortcomings,’ according to the WHO…” (Mazumdar, 8/8).

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