U.S. Lawmakers Might Not Replenish Ebola Funds Reprogrammed For Zika Response, STAT Reports

STAT: Millions in Ebola funding, a casualty of Zika virus, may not be replenished
“Lawmakers are getting closer to steering additional money toward the effort to cope with the Zika virus. What they do not appear ready to do is plug a gaping hole in funding for what was until recently another global health crisis, Ebola…” (Scott, 6/1).

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