Past Lessons Aiding Current Ebola Outbreak

By the time the epidemic was brought under control in 2016, more than 11,300 people had died in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and the costs had risen to U.S.$4.3 billion. Painful lessons from the last Ebola outbreak are being applied to the current one, in the hope that the scope of the outbreak will be limited.

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Des malades atteints d'ebola

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