Worldly CurioApril 8, 2020
What the US can learn from West Africa to slow the spread of coronavirus
Contact tracing, or meticulously tracing individuals exposed to illness, has been key to combating outbreaks of Ebola, cholera and tuberculosis throughout the world. Dr. Sheila Davis of the nonprofit Partners in Health explains what the US can learn from those crises. Produced by: The World staff. Image credit: Zohra Bensemra/Reuters.
Aired April 6, 2020
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