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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Be careful where you travel. Ebola Traveling Concerns All travelers coming from Ebola-stricken Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone into the United States will be required to monitor their temperatures for 21 days and keep an eye on possible Ebola symptoms.(Falcon) Health experts at the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization aren't recommending atravel ban, and CDC chief Thomas Frieden has even said the ban could hurt efforts to prevent an outbreak in the U.S.(Diamond) 1 death Health care workers complain they haven't been properly trained to protect themselves against the deadly virus.(Cohen) 4,400 deaths One death in United States(Diamond) More than 4,400 deaths in Sierra Leone, Libera, and Guinea.(Diamond) (CDC issues new rules for protecting workers from Ebola) (Deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus: What you need to know) EBOLA SCARE (Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan dies) 4000 Deaths And Counting: The Ebola Epidemic In 4 Charts "The main focus is that Eric's name is on something, so that everybody knows that he didn't die in vain," reporters quoted him as saying. (Jackson) The new guidelines separate travelers into four categories of risk, from high to low, but none suggest people should be kept forcibly quarantined unless they try to evade monitoring. Instead, those at highest risk should stay close to home and keep off public transport, and allow state or local health officials to check on them daily to make sure they are well. (Fox) A BRISTOL company has donated 100 tones of a powerful sanitiser to Ebola-hit countries in West Africa. The company, which already supplies Heathrow Airport, claims its product, which shares its name, effectively kills the virus,stopping it from spreading. (A BRISTOL company has donated 100 tonnes of a powerful sanitiser to Ebola-hit countries in West Africa.) (Jessawhy) (Sweat Through it) (Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Virus) (On The ShowUS Ebola survivors meet on TODAY, give thanks for 'angel' Kent Brantly, 'little things,' and family) (Political News, Now.) (MommyTips) In Lofa County, Liberia, from WHO's office in Monrovia, 20-30 patients were coming to the Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital with Ebola-like symptoms every day. People living in the community were afraid, civil unrest was simmering, and ambulance and health workers were being targeted. ("Liberia Working With Communities Is The Key to Stopping Ebola)
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