Recovering from the Ebola outbreak in Liberia: Part 3 of the ASTMH blog series

In this third blog post in our ASTMH blog post series, we share information about Liberia’s efforts to recover from the Ebola outbreak, including information presented by Bernice Dahn, Vice President of College of Health Sciences at the University of Liberia, at FHI Clinical’s ASTMH dinner event.

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Ebola Vaccination and Containment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: What are the Challenges?

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is currently experiencing the world’s second-largest Ebola outbreak. Despite a coordinated vaccination and containment effort that began in August 2018, cases continue to occur and spread. As with other disease outbreaks in limited-resource countries, numerous factors have challenged the Ebola health care response in the DRC.

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