U.N. agency issued a statement detailing why the outbreak in West Africa
had been underestimated, following criticism that it had moved too
slowly to contain the killer virus, now spreading out of control.
experts raised similar concerns a month ago that the contagion could be
worse than reported because suspicious local inhabitants are chasing
away health workers and shunning treatment.
More than 1,300
people have died from the disease and many experts do not expect the
epidemic to be brought under control this year.
of cases is a problem especially in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The WHO
said it was now working with Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) and the U.S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to produce "more realistic
The head of MSF, which has urged the WHO to do more,
told Reuters in an interview on Thursday that the fight against Ebola
was being undermined by a lack of international leadership and emergency
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