Published: Tuesday, 14 November 2017 10:18
Ebola taught us many things, including the disregard viruses show to international borders.
In the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak, the world’s capacity to prepare and respond to major health threats was described as “woefully insufficient” by a high-level panel convened by then United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. Yet, despite major post-Ebola reforms, our vulnerability to these threats remains unacceptably high. Why?