When the Trump administration releases the full Ebola outbreak data, it’ll take too long
Analysis by The Washington Post: When the final Ebola outbreak report is released on Friday, the CDC will not include the full details of the massive health crisis in West Africa.
That is because the agency is working to compile a final report on the country’s outbreak, which has already spread to at least 40 countries.
The CDC’s Ebola response has been hampered by a lack of funding, political impasse and logistical problems.
The agency’s director, Dr. Tom Frieden, has said he cannot give out the full number of deaths, and it is unclear how many deaths may have occurred in the outbreak’s early days.
But the number of cases is expected to be much higher, because the Ebola virus can take days to manifest itself in the body.
While the Ebola outbreak in West African countries has been slow to erupt, it has already surpassed the total number of confirmed cases from the Ebola pandemic of 1976.
That year, the U.S. and other countries accounted for more than 1.3 million new cases, or about a quarter of the total.
But that was before the pandemic swept through West Africa in early 2014, killing more than 3,400 people.
The number of reported deaths has surpassed the number that were recorded in the pandemics, which is now about 1,800 deaths, the latest data show.
The numbers could soon increase, and Frieden and others say they expect them to reach more than 2,000 deaths.
But Frieden said he will be unable to release the data until the CDC has a plan to handle the data.
The Ebola pandemic began in Guinea in 2014.
While there is no direct link between the Ebola and the pandemia, many Liberian doctors say the virus is spreading and that the outbreak is spreading faster in the country.
The U.N. agency that monitors the disease said in July that it expects the number to reach 4 million by the end of the month.
But because of political impasses and a lack, including in the U