5 Most Viewed Public Health Stories in 2019 from CDC’s Center for Global Health

CDC is a unique agency with a unique mission: We work 24/7 to protect the safety, health, and security of America from threats here and around the world. CDC works to increase our national security by detecting and confronting new germs and diseases around the globe before they reach our borders. Whether they start at home or abroad, CDC fights diseases and supports communities to do the same.

The Center for Global Health works around the world on some of the most challenging issues and diseases affecting global health today. Before the end of 2019, we are counting down some of the biggest headlines of the year. Below are this year’s 5 most viewed stories. From preparing and responding to Ebola in Uganda to preventing the spread of waterborne diseases in Bangladeshi refugee camps, these stories offer a glimpse into the efforts, progress, and impact of CDC’s global work.

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Page last reviewed: December 16, 2019
Content source: Global Health