As concerns and misconceptions about the Ebola virus continue, the directors of Georgia Tech’s Health and Humanitarian Systems Center remind everyone that people in the U.S. have little chance of catching the disease. Instead, families should focus their attention on vaccine-preventable diseases, said professors Ozlem Ergun, Pinar Keskinocak and Julie Swann.
Ebola is scary, but it is not the biggest threat to you and your family. For many threats, there are concrete actions that you can take to keep your family healthy.
Let’s put the health risk of Ebola in the U.S. in context.