Here’s an excerpt from the article.
Following criticism of the global response to West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, countries around the world have increased their support. The U.S. is deploying 4,000 troops to Liberia to transport supplies, build treatment centers and operate mobile testing labs. Britain, France and China have also committed troops to build hospitals, and even Cuba is sending more than 200 medical personnel to the Ebola-stricken countries. Yet with the World Health Organization recently announcing that the number of Ebola infections now exceeds 10,000, it’s clear more needs to be done.
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