August 14, 2014

How Bureaucrats Let Ebola Spread to Nigeria

Michael Daly, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

After Patrick Sawyer’s sister died of the virus, Liberia’s Ministry of Health instructed him not to travel. But he was allowed to fly to Lagos. Now he’s dead -- and 10 more are infected.

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TAGGED: Ebola, Africa, Liberia, Sierra Leone

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