By Dan Corbett
PAE Vice President of Operations
Ebola is back in the news. In just two months, the number of cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo has doubled. Now more than 2,000 are infected with the deadly disease since it first broke out in July 2018.
That news typically focuses on the health care response when it comes to combatting virulent threats – the doctors and support staff who treat patients, the efficacy of the vaccines and, steps taken to prevent its spread. A medical response is the direct and critical effort to contain the disease. But that medical response wouldn’t be possible without basic infrastructure, a solid supply chain and the people to keep it all running. Read more from PSC In the Field.