Germany's robust healthcare system should be able to cope with the Ebola virus, says epidemiologist Lars Schaade in an interview with Deutsche Welle. But he adds that time is of the essence in combating the disease.
The Jenner Institute has begun human trials for a candidate Ebola vaccine, which could be rolled out as early as this coming January. The institute's Adrian Hill tells DW what needs to be achieved before that can happen.
The World Health Organization has warned that the number of Ebola cases could double every three weeks, with medics stressing it could soon become too late to contain the disease.
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