How the US has fallen behind Europe in the fight against Ebola
The US has been slow to get to grips with the Ebola outbreak, with its own health and safety infrastructure largely unable to cope.
The country has been plagued by an outbreak that has killed more than 7,500 people and forced more than 1 million people from their homes, leaving many without access to healthcare.
Since the start of the pandemic in late December, there have been 531 new confirmed cases and more than 9,000 deaths in the US, according to the latest numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
There has been a massive rise in the number of people returning to the country from the affected countries, and a sharp increase in the deaths of healthcare workers, according a new report from the Center for American Progress, a think tank in Washington DC.
Its director, Jennifer Granick, said in a statement that the United States was “in the middle of a new epidemic”, with its “public health infrastructure, and especially its healthcare system, in dire need of repair”.
The report highlighted the challenges of putting together a healthcare system in an increasingly chaotic environment.
“Despite efforts to strengthen healthcare systems, the public health infrastructure has not kept pace with rapid changes in the health care system, making it harder for individuals to access the care they need, and making it more difficult to implement effective interventions,” she said.
One in five Americans has had symptoms of the virus, and one in five has died.
In a statement, the White House said it was “working to provide an emergency response plan” to protect the American people from the spread of the disease.
We are working with our partners to ensure that the government of the United State is prepared to implement the President’s emergency response, and we are also working with other agencies to ensure the public safety of the American public.
President Donald Trump has said he would have the ability to declare a state of emergency if he felt it necessary.
However, this would only apply if there was a clear threat of a pandemic outbreak.
Despite the recent rise in infections and deaths, the US remains one of only two countries that has a comprehensive national healthcare system.
It has some of the most advanced systems in the world.
Health care systems around the world have struggled to cope with the outbreak.