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Travel to and from Ebola-afected countries is low-risk. Here is what you need to know

Travel to and from Ebola-afected countries is low-risk.

Countries ranked by risk (relative probability) of importing a case of Ebola by 31 October. Red bars are nations that have already experienced case importation. LEFT: No air traffic reduction (ATR) reflects travel before the 2014 epidemic in West Africa. RIGHT: 80% ATR approximates the current reduction in air traffic to and from countries with Ebola. (Image: Alessandro Vespignani / www.mobs-lab.org)

Ebola Is Coming. A Travel Ban Won't Stop Outbreaks

Impact of travel restrictions on Ebola virus disease case importation Laboratory for the Modeling of Biological and Socio-Technical systems (MOBS Lab) Alessandro Vespignani

Fear of Ebola Virus's Spread Prompts Extraordinary Precautions Hospitals Take Measures Beyond Those Recommended by Experts

Ebola Virus: Hospitals Take Extraordinary Precautions

"A decision to allow two American health workers infected in Liberia to have access to an experimental treatment for Ebola -- while dozens of African doctors and nurses have perished -- has ignited a controversy.

Ebola communication

Pedestrians walk past a mural showing the symptoms of the virus in Monrovia, September REUTERS/James Giahyue

Treating Ebola: The Hunt for a Drug Drug pipeline NYTimes.com

Treating Ebola: The Hunt for a Drug

Although there are currently no drugs or vaccines approved in the United States to treat or prevent Ebola, health officials have used several experimental drugs in the recent epidemic.

Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Ebola outbreak in West Africa

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Ebola in graphics: The toll of a tragedy | The Economist

Ebola in Africa: the end of a tragedy?

Ebola in graphics: Deaths per day The Economist

Ebola Health Advisory

Ebola Health Advisory