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In recent days, Guinea closed its borders, and suspected cases in Canada and Saudi Arabia were ruled out.
From travel-related measures to the offer of experimental vaccine, African and non-African nations take steps to control spread.
Senegal announced today the country's first Ebola virus disease case, in a student from Guinea who was located in a Dakar hospital.
Canada, Britain announce enhanced screening, as officials in Spain probe how a health worker was infected.
Experts today pushed for new ways to test Ebola treatments, and two groups renewed their urgent pleas for aid.
The CDC has set up a special team to assist any hospital that has a confirmed Ebola patient.
Backing off on earlier, rosier predictions, an official said large trials in West Africa could begin in January.
The WHO is demanding an answer to restrictions on travel from West Africa.
The WHO released new burial protocols and repeated its stance against travel bans.
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