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Senegal announced today the country's first Ebola virus disease case, in a student from Guinea who was located in a Dakar hospital.
From travel-related measures to the offer of experimental vaccine, African and non-African nations take steps to control spread.
In recent days, Guinea closed its borders, and suspected cases in Canada and Saudi Arabia were ruled out.
Saudi Arabia reported more MERS cases and a death, and Oman found the virus in racing camels.
In addition to the Dutch MERS case, Saudi Arabia reports 16 new infections.
A late-season "flu B" surge serves as a reminder that it can be severe in adults, as a recent study shows.
Encouraging results suggest that health departments may someday have an oral drug to help extinguish outbreaks.
Canadian scientists may have solved the mystery of low vaccine efficacy against the H3N2 strain.
Ill patients in Liberia and Sierra Leone cause concern in what WHO calls 'rapidly evolving' Ebola outbreak.
Study says this year's vaccine provided moderate protection against serious flu outcomes.
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