The Washington Post  |  June 12, 2015

That’s a huge problem, said Daniel R. Lucey, a senior scholar with the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University.

“Someone found dead of Ebola means they’ve been sick and contagious for certainly quite a few days or quite a few weeks,” Lucey — who treated Ebola patients in West Africa at the height of the epidemic — told The Washington Post from Conakry, Guinea, this week.

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