The Guardian Examines Reviews Of WHO’s Ebola Response, Agency’s Future

The Guardian: Ebola is all but over, but the postmortem is just getting started
“…A year after the peak of the Ebola epidemic, which killed more than 11,300 people and threw the U.S. and Europe into a panic, it is the global health system that is under scrutiny. In particular, the World Health Organization (WHO) is in the dock for failing to act soon enough. Big questions are being asked about its competence and its future…” (Boseley, 9/30).

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