USA TODAY Examines U.S. Outbreak Preparedness After Ebola, Effectiveness Of Airline Passenger Screening

USA TODAY: Some health experts say the USA hasn’t learned key lessons from Ebola experience
“One year after doctors diagnosed the first Ebola patient in the USA, some experts question whether the country is prepared to deal with the next outbreak of a serious infectious disease…” (Szabo, 9/22).

USA TODAY: Year of airport screening doesn’t catch Ebola
“Federal authorities, who screened more than 30,000 travelers for Ebola as they arrived at airports from West African countries over the past year, never detected a case of the often fatal disease…” (Jansen, 9/22).

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