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According to The New York Times, President Obama is considering appointing an ‘Ebola czar’ to spearhead the government’s response to the virus which has made its way into the US. Schools in two states have already closed, airline...
The WHO has reported roughly 9,000 cases and 4,500 deaths from the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history as the virus continues to spread. According to Reuters, the United States is deploying 4,000 troops in West Africa to help contain the virus, in...
A second healthcare worker at Texas Health Presbyterian has tested positive for the Ebola virus, Reuters reports. Health officials are monitoring dozens of people who may have come in contact with the two workers and have made haste to clean the affected...