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The WHO's director-general today warned that 'red zones' in conflict areas could be hiding places for Ebola.
About 4% of patients traveled, a potential target for curbing disease spread.
An American health worker is in critical condition, and several US health worker contacts, and one from the UK, have been flown home for observation.
Another American health worker has been infected with Ebola in West Africa's outbreak region.
With its Mar 7 launch date, the trial's main goal is to see if ring vaccination can knock down Ebola hot spots.
Steeply dropping cases, though, may cause the NIAID to vary from the original trial design.
The first batch of an experimental Ebola vaccine landed today in an outbreak country, with officials projecting a trial launch in Liberia within weeks.
The move comes a day after the DHS said travelers from outbreak nations would be funneled through 5 airports.
As West Africa cases top 8,000, the patient in Texas dies and the CDC announces airport screening steps.
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