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The new Ebola disease cluster in Liberia probably was not sparked by an imported case.
Also ahead of economic talks, Oxfam said $1.7 billion is needed to rebuild health systems, and the World Bank shared employment data.
Although response efforts have curbed exponential growth, getting to zero will be a 'long and bumpy road.'
The administration today asked Congress for $6.18 billion in emergency funds.
The guidance prioritizes protecting mucosal areas and hand hygiene.
President Obama says policies based on fear rather science could discourage volunteers.
As the outbreak tops 3,000 deaths, nations gather to push a global health plan.
MSF reports its first case in a staffer, and a health worker with EVD in Atlanta is poised to receive convalescent serum.
The White House announces a plan to send 3,000 US troops and establish a command post in Liberia.
A House bill totals $88 million, and the Gates Foundation adds $50 million.
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