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The second American infected with Ebola returned home today, as new information emerged about experimental treatment use and more possible cases.
The WHO has heightened concerns about the impact the outbreak is having on frontline workers and the prospects of overseas help.
Ebola cases are increasing exponentially in Liberia, where taxis might transmit disease.
The brutal attack occurred 3 days ago; also, Sierra Leone has imposed a curfew to combat disease spread.
Canada, Britain announce enhanced screening, as officials in Spain probe how a health worker was infected.
Scotland detected its first Ebola case, as the illness toll topped 20,000 and the outbreak passed the 1-year mark.
The trial of a Johnson & Johnson vaccine brings the number of Ebola vaccines in such trials to three.
As the Ebola case count hits 21,373, the committee will meeet Jan 20 to assess the outbreak situation.
Cases continued to drop, with WHO advisors saying complacency is the biggest obstacle to getting to zero.
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