A Harvard-led panel of medical experts analyzing the World Health Organization’s response to the Ebola crisis concluded the WHO was too slow in declaring a public health emergency, findings they presented alongside 10 recommendations for proper handling of such outbreaks in the future. What do you think?
“When thousands of people start bleeding out of their mouths and eyes, sometimes it’s best to take a step back and see where it’s all going.”
Bob Wolfram • Systems Analyst
“It’s just like those Harvard snobs to point out problems and come up with 10 reasonable suggestions for improvement.”
Celia Clemens • Menu Consultant
“As long as we’re pointing fingers, this panel was far too slow to condemn anybody.”
Jim Topey • Comment Moderator