U.S. Public Health Officers Prepare To Treat HCWs Infected With Ebola In Liberia

News outlets report on the opening of a U.S.-run hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, where members of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps will treat health care workers who become infected with Ebola while treating patients.

The Hill: U.S. health officers to begin treating Ebola overseas (Ferris, 11/5).
New York Times: Treating Those Treating Ebola in Liberia (Fink, 11/5).
USA Today: U.S. uniformed officers to treat Ebola patients in Liberia (Zoroya, 11/6).
Washington Post: U.S. field hospital for health workers to open in Liberia (Bernstein, 11/5).

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