Vaccination and established microbiological testing is essential in managing cholera and Ebola infection

  • Marie Anne Chattaway Public Health England, London, United Kingdom
  • Kathie Grant Public Health England, London, United Kingdom
  • Steve Connell Public Health England, London, United Kingdom
  • Abdual Kamara MoHS, Lakka, Sierra Leone
  • Amara Jambai MoHS, Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Wondimagegnehu Alemu World Health Organisation, Country Office, Uganda
  • Mark Salter International Office, PHE, London, United Kingdom
Keywords: cholera, Ebola, Sierra Leone, testing

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Author Biographies

Marie Anne Chattaway, Public Health England, London, United Kingdom

Senior Biomedical Scientist

Gastrointestial Bacteria Clinical Scientific Lead

Deputy Head of E. coli, Shigella, Yersina and Vibrios Reference Services

Kathie Grant, Public Health England, London, United Kingdom
GBRU Head
Published
2015-07-04
How to Cite
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Chattaway MA, Grant K, Connell S, Kamara A, Jambai A, Alemu W, Salter M (2015) Vaccination and established microbiological testing is essential in managing cholera and Ebola infection. J Infect Dev Ctries 9:682-683. doi: 10.3855/jidc.7158
Section
Perspectives