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Health services alert for ebola virus

Friday, 8 August 2014

Professor John Crump, an infectious disease expert at Dunedin School of Medicine

New Zealand airlines, border agencies and health services have spent the past week reviewing infectious disease procedures in light of the recent outbreak of the ebola virus.

The current outbreak is the world's deadliest to date, both in numbers of dead and geographically, and NZ experts want to ensure they are aware of how people would present if they had the virus and also that their systems are working.

Read the full ONE News article.