West African Nations Better Able To Respond To Disease Outbreaks After Ebola, WHO Regional Director Says

VOA News: W. Africa Better Prepared to Contain Future Ebola Outbreaks
“The World Health Organization’s regional director for Africa says West Africa is better prepared to tackle future outbreaks of Ebola. In an exclusive interview with VOA, Matshidiso Moeti says Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea are now able to respond more quickly to emergencies because of upgrades to their surveillance, laboratory, and health care systems…” (Schlein, 5/29).

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