What's Happening with Ebola in the DRC


The second largest ebola outbreak in history continues to unfold in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Though ebola now has both a vaccine and an emerging cure, decades-long instability and violence are impeding efforts to combat the 18-month-long outbreak. CSIS’s J. Stephen Morrison explains the latest stage of the crisis, how governments and international organizations are responding, and what must be done to end it. This is what’s happening with ebola in the DRC.

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