Obama Calls for a Medical 'SWAT Team' to Fight Ebola

(BREITBART) -- President Barack Obama called for monitoring the spread of the Ebola virus "in a much more aggressive way" after a top-level White House meeting.

He directed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to organize and send what he referred to as a medical "SWAT team" within 24 hours of a diagnosis.

His comments came after a meeting in which government response coordination was the primary topic. It was attended by CDC, department of Health and Human Services and Department of Defense representatives, a statement from the White House said.

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