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far greater responsibilities. suggested Thursday night that a technical flaw contributed to the decision not to admit Duncan on his first visit despite his declared history of travel to West Africa Under pressure for its role in potentially exposing scores of Americans to the deadly virus the hospital said in a statement that a flaw in its electronic health-records system prevented the doctor attending Duncan from seeing that he had recently traveled from Liberia which was noted by the nurse who screened him “Protocols were followed by both the physician and then nurses” the hospital said adding that the system designed to help nurses administer flu vaccines prevented the note on Duncan’s travel history from automatically appearing for the doctor The hospital said it would amend the system to highlight whether patients had traveled to Ebola-stricken regions “We feel that this change will improve the early identification of patients who may be at risk for communicable diseases including Ebola” the statement said The statement comes as the hospital faces criticism for its decision not to immediately admit Duncan late on the night of Sept 25 when he arrived with a 1001F fever complaining of abdominal pains and experiencing decreased urination Three days later Duncan returned to the hospital far sicker and was placed in isolation as a possible Ebola case He tested positive for the virus on Sept 30 The hospital’s decision broadened the pool of people who may have come into contact with the virus Federal state and local officials are now assessing about 100 people for possible direct or indirect contact with Ebola At least four people with direct contact with Duncan have been quarantined in their apartment by order of Texas state officials Facing criticism the hospital in its statement defended its actions noting that Duncan’s symptoms were “not severe” on his initial visit and “could be associated with many” other afflictions The hospital also seemed to be scrambling to cast some blame on Duncan “When Mr Duncan was asked if he had been around anyone who had been ill he said that he had not” the hospital said Duncan is thought to have contracted the virus while aiding an Ebola patient in Liberia shortly before embarking on his trip to the US on Sept 19 Write to Alex Altman at [email protected] David Baulk is a Myanmar Human Rights Specialist with Fortify Rights and author of the recent report “They Block Everything”: Avoidable Deprivations in Humanitarian Aid to Ethnic Civilians Displaced by War in Kachin State Myanmar Follow him on Twitter @DavidBaulk On Monday a UN Fact-Finding Mission called for top Myanmar military officials to be prosecuted for genocide crimes against humanity and war crimes Their 18-month long investigation focused not only on the plight of the Muslim Rohingya but also on the brutal wars in northern Myanmar Since 2011 armed conflict between the Myanmar military and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) one of the countrys many ethnic armed groups has driven more than 100000 civilians from their homes in Kachin State with many fleeing toward the China border Like the Rohingya the predominantly Christian ethnic-Kachin are fleeing killings torture rapes and other violations by the Myanmar military But there is an unseen strategy in the militarys war against the Kachin: the slow strangulation of aid to tens of thousands of civilians fleeing conflict For the last five years my colleagues and I at Fortify Rights documented how Myanmar authorities have willfully frustrated aid groups efforts to access conflict-affected areas People are surviving but barely Seven years into the conflict and civilians still lack adequate access to food healthcare shelter and sanitation And if the Myanmar and Chinese governments have their way things are slated to get much worse On May 21 the Myanmar military threatened to prosecute one of the countrys largest providers of humanitarian aid for delivering life-saving materials to a community in an area controlled by the KIA If convicted representatives of the Kachin Baptist Convention could face up to three years in prison But the militarys attempts to choke off humanitarian aid to these communities are nothing new Since 2011 Myanmar authorities have denied the UN and aid groups unfettered access to displaced people living in areas under control of the KIA Authorities will occasionally allow aid groups access to displaced communities in places tightly controlled by the military but effectively deny them access to civilians in conflict-affected areas Given that much of Kachin State is a war zone right now this is a problem Read more: Inside the Kachin War Against Burma But the Myanmar military isnt doing this by themselves China also plays a role A new 68-page report we released this week reveals that Beijing privately communicated to the Government of Myanmar and non-state ethnic armies that they did not want any UN or international aid groups near their shared border with Kachin State To be clear this is a foreign government instructing Naypyidaw to deny aid groups access to internally displaced Myanmar nationals Myanmar authorities were apparently all too willing to comply Moreover aid groups crossing the border into China to evade restrictions in Myanmar are unable to operate officially and are forced to take enormous personal risks to do their work Authorities in China harass groups they suspect of providing support to displaced communities in some cases arresting them Aid workers told us that when it comes to denying civilians access to assistance the Chinese and Myanmar authorities are of one mind Ethnic Kachin children at their school at the Nhkawng Pa Internally Displaced People’s (IDP) camp in Moe Mauk township near Laiza Myanmar on Sept 19 2012 Soe Than Win—AFP/Getty Images Numerous instances of Chinese authorities pushing refugees fleeing the Myanmar militarys wrath back into Kachin States conflict zones suggest theyre right Couple these restrictions on aid groups on both sides of the Myanmar-China border with diminishing funding for aid from the international community and there are more than 100000 men women and children ripe for exploitation The nexus between the conflict in Kachin State and the trafficking of Kachin women and girls to China has been well documented by the Kachin Womens Association of Thailand (KWAT) and others and the problem continues Read more: Thousands Continue to Flee Fighting in Myanmars Kachin Nevertheless Kachin civil society has been engaged on all fronts from aid to advocacy Earlier this year more than 30 Kachin groups cited the Myanmar militarys crimes in Kachin State and called for the situation in Myanmar to be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) The actions of the Government of Myanmar have prompted UN Special Rapporteur Yanghee Lee to remind the authorities that "Any willful impediment of relief supplies may amount to war crimes under international law" Despite calls from UN officials world governments and civil society groups to hold the Myanmar military accountable for their crimes in Kachin State and elsewhere Myanmars power-brokers remain largely intransigent resting with the assurance that their impunity is in effect backed by Beijing Read more: The Myanmar Army Should Face Charges for Genocide UN Investigators Say Myanmars strategic importance for China can hardly be overstated The success of Beijings US$1 trillion Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) which seeks to boost Chinas trade within Asia and beyond through the development of infrastructure projects rests on its access to the Indian Ocean via Myanmar This and other multi-billion dollar investments in gas and oil hydropower jade and other minerals have doubtless informed Chinas push back on international calls for accountability as details of the Myanmar militarys crimes have made headlines But Chinas "protection" for Myanmar is not a foregone conclusion particularly within the UN Security Council UN member states can and should employ unprecedented leverage to ensure Myanmar is referred to the ICC The likelihood of China voting for such a referral is remote but China getting out of the way and letting justice take its course is certainly possible It is long past time for the world to stand up and show the Government of Myanmar that the days of impunity for their crimes are over Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors Mary Jane Minkin, which assists victims of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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