Ebola Containment Efforts Thwarted by Lax Enforcement

Written by Pat Papers | Tuesday, 5 August 2014 9:04 AM

Amid the world’s worst outbreak of Ebola, nations in West Africa are enacting strict measures meant to control the spread of the virus. But the New York Times says in many cases, those rules are being thwarted by lax enforcement. In some areas, people seem to challenge the very notion that Ebola is responsible for the deaths of their loved ones. Walter Lorenzi, the chief of the Doctors Without Borders’ mission in Sierra Leone says you can’t fight the spread of Ebola halfway.

SOURCE: New York Times

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