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THE NEW YORK TIMES
One Year Later, Ebola Outbreak Offers Lessons for Next Epidemic
One year has passed since the declaration of what became the largest Ebola outbreak in history, with more than 10,000 deaths. The virus escaped control as countries and global agencies failed to acknowledge and contend with the magnitude of its spread.

LEGGI TUTTO

THE NEW YORK TIMES
Is the U.S. Prepared for an Ebola Outbreak?
The handling of the first person found to have Ebola in the United States has raised questions over whether the country is prepared for an outbreak. Nearly a dozen federal, state and local government agencies, as well as several private entities, were involved in responding to the case in Dallas.

LEGGI TUTTO

THE GUARDIAN
What lessons can be drawn from the Ebola outbreak?
Experts are urging the world to heed the wider implications of the Ebola outbreak. Could it change our approach to global health? The struggle to contain the Ebola outbreak has pushed global health into the spotlight. While much has been said about the world’s slow response to the crisis, focus has also shifted to the broken health systems that contributed to the epidemic.

LEGGI TUTTO

THE GUARDIAN
Ebola outbreak vastly underestimated, WHO says
Agencies call for global response as WHO admits extraordinary measures are needed to contain disease amid rampant fear. The magnitude of the Ebola outbreak in west Africa, which has killed more than 1,000 people, has been vastly underestimated and will require “extraordinary measures, on a massive scale” if it is to be contained, the World Health Organisation has warned.

LEGGI TUTTO

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