Public health response to ebola ‘underwhelming’ says doctor

Healthcare workers transport an infected patient. Photo courtesy of Reuters

Healthcare workers transport an infected patient. Photo courtesy of Reuters

Mana Kasongo, board certified emergency physician at Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Georgia,  first came on Hofstra’s Morning Wake Up Call back in August when news of the ebola outbreak first gained attention in the US.

Back then, she estimated that we didn’t have much to worry about here. That has certainly changed as a second health care worker in Dallas has been diagnosed as infected after caring for Thomas E. Duncan.

[audio https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/191633883/HMWC%20Interviews/Dr%20Mana%20Kasongo%2C%20Ebola%20Update%2C%2010.mp3]
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