Ebola: a crisis of coordination | Polygeia

Despite the welcome news of Liberia’s recent Ebola-free status, recent spikes in Ebola cases in surrounding regions pose a threat to our initial optimism [1, 2]. This outbreak has been deemed the most lethal Ebola epidemic in history since its inception over a year ago and the surrounding narrative has finally begun to acknowledge some of the structural challenges that make viruses pathologically salient in the first place [3].

Read article here: Ebola: a crisis of coordination | Polygeia
This article was also published by the Africa All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Royal African Society website.

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