U.S. Can Do More In Ebola Outbreak, Experts Say
The Hill: Five steps the U.S. could take on Ebola
“…U.S. health agencies have also accelerated work on Ebola treatments and vaccines, and USAID announced $75 million for clinics, medical gear and doctor recruitment on Thursday. Further efforts, particularly in West Africa, would come with come with political, financial, or logistical challenges of their own, but experts surveyed by The Hill said there is more that agencies could do, particularly if the crisis gets worse … [including] use the Pentagon; reassure volunteers; send food; intensify diplomacy; [and] earmark funds…” (Viebeck, 9/5).
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