October 10, 2015

Reference: Congressional Research Service Publishes Report About Ebola Outbreak

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) report on the Ebola Virus was published on Tuesday and made accesible to the public today by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS).

Direct to Full Text Report: The 2014 Ebola Outbreak: International and U.S. Responses (26 pages; PDF)

Additionally, Oxford University Press is providing free access to a number of journal and reference articles about Ebola. You can access them here.

More New/Updated CRS Reports

Here are links to a few more new and updated CRS reports that FAS is making accessible online:

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