The latest from BuzzFeed News on the confirmed Ebola case in New York City. Dr. Craig Allen Spencer, 33, recently returned from Guinea after working with patients there.
Obama’s chief of staff convenes a rotation of policy experts, pundits, and advisers from the Obama and Clinton camps on big issues. “It makes them feel good.”
Dr. Craig Allen Spencer, 33, had been working with Doctors Without Borders in Guinea. He returned home to New York on Oct. 17.
The girl became ill with Ebola after traveling to neighboring Guinea.
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Also true: No one knows exactly how many there are. Why is it so hard to count in a public health crisis? Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Monrovia.
“The doctors were absolutely certain that this can not be transmitted and it was not airborne and yet we find out the people who have contracted it were wearing all protective gear.”
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The death of the first Ebola patient to be diagnosed in the United States and the infection of two nurses has placed Texas Presbyterian Hospital in the spotlight. BuzzFeed News looks at how the embattled facility is trying to regain its reputation.
TL;DR: You won’t need to wear a hazmat suit to any cocktail parties any time soon.
“I feel very isolated and rejected and powerless,” the young woman told BuzzFeed News.
“What is your contingency plan to fight this?”
“I think the first thing we should do is be honest about the disease and I think President Obama’s administration has so tried to downplay the transmissibility of this,” Paul said.
“I wasn’t sure why they didn’t stop tourists visas a week ago from Africa. I wasn’t sure about that, why that hasn’t happened?”
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The country has removed the special screening procedures implemented for travelers from the U.S. and Spain.
The World Health Organization said Tuesday that a vaccine is in clinical trials and results will arrive around December. If all goes well, it will be put to use in early 2015.
The staffer was a driver for the Sierra Leone office of U.N. Women. The organization said it is taking immediate action to quarantine everyone who came in contact with the victim.
Sen. Rand Paul says a potential travel ban is “reasonable” and should be “considered.” Ron Paul says the idea is “politically motivated.”
Officials distributed information at hundreds of apartments in Dallas after three people were diagnosed with Ebola.
The World Health Organization has declared the country free of the highly contagious virus after six weeks with no new infections.
In exclusive interviews with BuzzFeed News, two Dallas residents who live next to Ebola patients described what it was like when hazmat crews descended on their buildings.
The passenger in the viral picture was seen at Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C., where U.S. Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan had a layover.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
When one of you gets sick, the other gets sick — of you.
Using data from Google Trends, it’s possible to estimate countries’ attention to the virus. A BuzzFeed News data analysis.
The New Hampshire Republican talked with Brian Kilmeade Friday morning about Ebola and the 2012 Republican nominee for president.
Worries of terrorists using Ebola against the United States grow amongst Republicans.
But the funding for combatting the disease just isn’t materializing globally.