photos: inside the deadly world of ebola
When a school official resumed a private school in Lagos, the student\'s temperature was measured using an infrared digital laser thermometer in front of the school building.
The protection suit shows US soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (
Designated for air attacks against the Ebola virus, attend training before deploying to West Africa in Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
S. Military is stepping up its response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
Onlookers saw the headline in Monrovia\'s street blackboard newspaper daily talk saying \"Ebola 1: USA 0 \".
After a woman who recently traveled to Africa threw up in Washington, emergency workers wearing hazmat suits worked in the Pentagon parking lot.
The Pentagon confirmed an Ebola scare in its parking lot on Friday, when the woman threw up after getting off the bus and headed for heights.
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She was taken to inovafairfax hospital.
The screen shows information about the Ebola virus at Panama\'s Tocumen International Airport.
Panama has stepped up its preventive measures against Ebola in Central American countries, after the United States confirmed on Wednesday that a second health care worker in Texas tested positive for Ebola.
Health workers wearing protective equipment hold hands while praying at the beginning of the shift and then enter the Ebola treatment center at the Monrovia Island Clinic.
The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Liberia was renovated with the support of the World Health Organization (WHO)
In September 21, the Island Clinic opened its doors to other partners as an Ebola treatment center.
The clinic was full within 24 hours of opening.
A nurse in a protective mask is in Al-
Italian air force soldiers took part in a military exercise to help people infected with the Ebola virus at the Pratica di Mare Air Force base near Rome.
A man walks past a mural that says \"Ebola is real \".