U.N. Ebola Envoy Optimistic On Ending Epidemic But Vigilance Remains High

Financial Times: U.N. envoy upbeat on progress against Ebola
“…David Nabarro, the U.N. special envoy on Ebola, says he is ‘upbeat’ about progress but not yet ready to declare victory over an epidemic that has killed more than 10,000 people in the past year in west Africa. ‘People think that as we get towards the end it gets easier,’ he told the Financial Times. ‘It doesn’t. It gets harder the closer you get to zero. The fewer cases you have, the harder it is to find them’…” (Ward, 4/8).

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