China is planning to send about 1,000 medical workers and experts to West Africa , and a team from Beijing's 302 Military Hospital, which took the lead during the 2003 outbreak of SARS, is operating a holding center to keep suspected Ebola patients under quarantine. Nelson Lee, head of infectious diseases at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, tells V-O-A's Victor Beattie the city was caught by surprise by SARS and the successful response to it offers lessons for those battling Ebola.
China's SARS Experience Provides Lessons For The Ebola Battle 1885181
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