US Ebola Clinics in Liberia Nearly Empty

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As part of a US attempt to curb the rise of Ebola infections in West Africa, US military personnel built treatment centers in Liberia at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars — an investment with an apparently minimal impact so far.

Since the effort began in September 2014, only 28 patients have received care at the new facilities, raising the concern that resources weren’t especially well-spent in the endeavor. Nine of the 11 centers haven’t treated a single patient.


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