The Return Of Ebola In LiberiaPlay
This week, Liberia found three new cases of Ebola. The country was declared Ebola-free two months ago, but now it seems the deadly disease is back. Health officials are on high alert and scrambling to figure out how the victims contracted the disease. NPR's Michaeleen Doucleff joins Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti with details.
- Michaeleen Doucleff, a digital editor for NPR's Science Desk. She is the deputy host for the global health and development blog, Goats and Soda, and she reports for the web and radio on disease outbreaks and trends in global health. She tweets @FoodieScience.
This segment aired on July 3, 2015.