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Ebola: Ramping Up Efforts in West Africa

Immigration Minister Scott Morrison announced "strong controls" on arrivals from West African countries affected by cases of the deadly disease. Telling Australia's parliament during a question time session Monday that his ministry was currently "not processing any application from these (Ebola) affected countries," he said that the government was also suspending its humanitarian program.

Australia instigates ban on travel from West Africa

This CNN article reports on Australia's no longer accepting immigrants from west Africa and ending humanitarian programs to the region. The Australian Medical Association has stated that "It's not necessarily a very well-focused decision." Thanks to and

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Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, which is currently treating patient Thomas Eric Duncan for the Ebola virus, has revised the explanation it off.

Nebraska hospital is preparing for the arrival of the NBC cameraman who contracted Ebola in Nigeria.

Nebraska hospital prepares for arrival of Ebola patient

Mark Rupp speaks at a news conference in Omaha, Neb. on the condition of ebola patient Dr. Rick Sacra, who is treated at the center.

This UPI article detail's New York and New Jersey's loosening of the mandatory quarantine on medical personnel. They have done this by allowing a home quarantine in lieu of being isolated in government facilities.  Thanks to @JayShahWM

New York and New Jersey soften Ebola quarantine restrictions, allowing for in-home isolation

This UPI article detail's New York and New Jersey's loosening of the mandatory quarantine on medical personnel. They have done this by allowing a home quarantine in lieu of being isolated in government facilities. Thanks to

A Forbes article on the need for a rapid Ebola test to help in the identification of the virus in the field.  Thanks to @ItsSaaraK

A Forbes article on the need for a rapid Ebola test to help in the identification of the virus in the field. Thanks to

Usa Ebola: è morto Eric Duncan, primo paziente infetto da Ebola in Texas

Eric Duncan Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan died Wednesday morning at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, the hospital sa.

This CNN article reports on a Maine judge's decision to lift a nurse's quarantine.  Thanks to @Daisy_wm

Maine judge rejects quarantine for nurse Kaci Hickox

A Maine judge on Friday ruled in favor of a nurse who defied a quarantine in a tense standoff with state authorities.

Braving Ebola - NYTimes.com

Braving Ebola

The men and women of one Ebola clinic in rural Liberia reflect on life inside the gates.

An opinion article by the president of the World Bank and a Kolokotrones University professor at Harvard. The article express frustration at the lack of a strong response to the crisis by wealthy countries. They suggesting through a coordinate collective effort under the UN, that the mortality rate could be lowered. An interesting article on global healthcare inequality.  Thanks to @William Sheahan

What the Ebola fight is missing

Infectious Disease Profiling "If ebola stays - ebony, the world will just - continue to watch" Ebola can be stopped

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