Cities, states scramble after Dallas's Ebola missteps expose planning gaps
October 11, 2014
by SHARON BEGLEY AND YASMEEN ABUTALEB
The generic plans cover obvious needs such as calling in additional staff to handle a flood of patients. There are also less obvious needs: if schools are closed, hospitals will need to provide daycare for their workers’ children, said Jeff Levi, executive director of the private non-profit Trust for America's Health, a research and advocacy group.
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