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President Obama: Ebola crisis in US not over

President Obama: Ebola crisis in US not over

October 23, 2014

WASHINGTON, Oct 22 — President Barack Obama said yesterday he was cautiously “optimistic” about the fight against Ebola in the United States, and applauded the international community for an improved response to the epidemic in West Africa. Eight people have been treated for Ebola on US soil, including a Liberian man who died in Texas on October 8. Two nurses who cared for him were infected with the disease and are being treated in US hospitals. Five remaining patients in the United... Read more

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