Ebola: Five ways the CDC got it wrong - CNN.com
The article is a very informative read.A nurse contracts Ebola. An urgent care center in Boston shuts down when a sick man recently returned from Liberia walks in. Health care workers complain they haven't been properly trained to protect themselves against the deadly virus.
Public health experts are asking whether the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is partly to blame.
Here are five things they say the CDC is getting wrong.
1. The CDC is telling possible Ebola patients to "call a doctor."
2. The CDC director says any hospital can care for Ebola patients.
3. The CDC didn't encourage the "buddy system" for doctors and nurses.
4. CDC didn't encourage doctors to develop Ebola treatment guidelines.
5. The CDC put too much trust in protective gear.
Typical mismanagement, poor forethought, lack of common sense, and pure governmental arrogance.