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  October 16, 2014


Democratic Republic of Congo
• CIDRAP: Study: Ebola outbreak in DRC not related to West Africa epidemic (Link)

Ivory Coast
• WHO to test Ebola preparedness in Ivory Coast and Mali  (Link)

Liberia
• US donates $5mn to help pay Liberian Ebola medics  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• WHO: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) - Saudi Arabia  (Link)
• Saudi Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, October 16, 2014 (Link)
• MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded' + 1 death  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Sierra Leone Army to Monitor Burial of Ebola Victims (Link)
• Ebola crisis: British Army medics due to arrive in Sierra Leone (Link)
• British nurse who survived Ebola on his way back to Sierra Leone  (Link)
• Ebola spreads to last healthy district in Sierra Leone  (Link)
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Spain
• Plane isolated at Madrid airport for Ebola check  (Link)

United States
• Obama warns of global Ebola spread  (Link)
• OH: Cleveland high school being cleaned overnight and teacher ordered to stay at home after possible Ebola contact (Link)
• CDC says 2nd nurse with Ebola was cleared to fly (Link)
• Existing Protocols Might Not Be Enough For Ebola (Link)
• Frontier jet made five flights before being taken out of service  (Link)
• CIDRAP: US EV-D68 cases rise to 780  (Link)
• 3 Texas schools close due to Ebola concerns  (Link)
• Fear - Anxiety.....and the need for Hand Sanitizer (Link)
• Ohio Department of Health issues "stronger recommended quarantine protocols" (Link)
• Schools close due to Ebola fears  (Link)
• Man without protective gear accompanying Ebola patient raises concerns, fears  (Link)
• Frontier places two pilots, four flight attendants on paid leave due to Ebola issue (Link)
• Statement from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas (Link)
• Correcting the Record: Facts about Protocols and Equipment at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas  (Link)
• Downfall for Hospital Where Ebola Spread  (Link)
• Maid fired due to NBC correspondent Nancy Snyderman after she violated Ebola quarantine (Link)
• (First) Nurse with Ebola virus to be moved out of Dallas  (Link)
• LSU worker to stay off campus after trip to West Africa  (Link)
• Yale Student Being Treated for 'Ebola-Like Symptoms'  (Link)
• Congress Scrutinizes Handling of Ebola Cases in Texas  (Link)
• Lax U.S. Guidelines on Ebola Led to Poor Hospital Training, Experts Say  (Link)
• Obama declares US must be more aggressive in monitoring Ebola  (Link)
• Chain reaction: Concern about Ebola nurse's flight prompts school closings in two states  (Link)
• Replay: [Dallas Town Hall Meeting] Ebola Facts Not Fear Town Hall Meeting  (Link)
• CDC Director: Why I don't support a travel ban to combat Ebola outbreak  (Link)
• Exclusive: Ebola didn't have to kill Thomas Eric Duncan, nephew says  (Link)
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West Africa
• Ebola deaths near 4,500 as virus spreads in West Africa: WHO  (Link)

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General
• Ebola 'Most Serious' Public Health Emergency in Years: Leaders  (Link)
• Drexel study questions 21-day quarantine period for Ebola (Link)
• Ebola Is Airborne, University Of Minnesota CIDRAP Researchers Claim (Link
• Jim Cramer: The Stock Market Can't Rally Amid Ebola Uncertainty  (Link)
• CDC: You Can Give-But Can't Get-Ebola on a Bus  (Link)
• Experts Offer Steps for Avoiding Public Hysteria, a Different Contagious Threat  (Link)
• Ebola sparks will fly, outbreak experts warn  (Link)
• How to avoid being infected with Ebola  (Link)
• WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report 15 October 2014  (Link)
• From WHO's Twitter page  (Link)
• CDC: Situation Update: Summary of Weekly FluView  (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Oct. 15, 2014 (Link)
• Aid group has set the gold standard on Ebola safety  (Link)
• One more question, Dr. Frieden: Eleven things we'd like to know about the new Ebola case  (Link)
• Ebola Containment : System Failures (Link)
• PBS Interview with Laurie Garrett: Is the U.S. overly confident about Ebola control?  (Link)
• Ebola Evacuees: Who Are They, Where'd They Go, How'd They Fare?  (Link)
• The long and ugly tradition of treating Africa as a dirty, diseased place  (Link)
• World steps up Ebola action as infections soar  (Link)
• Security Council Press Statement on Ebola  (Link)
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Research
• CDC Develops a New, Faster Lab Test for Enterovirus D68  (Link)
• Ebola control: effect of asymptomatic infection and acquired immunity  (Link)
• Why Some Ebola Patients Bleed, And How Plasma Might Help Recovery  (Link)
• New Ebola vaccine study has begun in Maryland  (Link)


October 21, 2014

Cuba
• World must stop Ebola in West Africa or face 'pandemic', says Cuban President Raul Castro (Link)

Lebenon
• Lebanon faces higher Ebola risk: minister (Link)

Liberia
• 'You can see the consequences of Ebola' (Link)
• Confirmed - Seven AFL Soldiers Succumb to Ebola (Link)
• New Ebola mobile lab speeds up diagnosis and improves care (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Avian Flu Diary - Saudi MOH: 2 New MERS Cases (Taif & Riyadh) (Link)
• Avian Flu Diary: Health Minister Reviews Response to MERS-CoV in Taif (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, October 21, 2014 (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '1 New Confirmed Corona Case Recorded' [+ 1 case recovered] (Link)
• Health Minister Reviews Response to MERS-CoV in Taif (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Curfew in Sierra Leone town after rioting, shooting over Ebola case (Link)
• Video: Adate, aged 10 - orphaned by Ebola, abandoned by neighbours (Link)
• News World news Ebola Ebola in Sierra Leone increasing to rate of more than 20 deaths per day (Link)

Turkey
• Turkey has first MERS case; Saudi Arabia acts to stop cluster (Link)

United Kingdom
• BBC Radio investigation into WHO and the Ebola response (Link)

United States
• TX: Dallas clears 43 of Ebola, easing concerns (Link)
• CDC issues formal guidelines giving workers more protection against Ebola (Link)
• Nature: Can quarantines and travel bans thwart Ebola? (Link)
• CDC: Review of Human-to-Human Transmission of Ebola Virus (Link)
• CDC: Ebola Spotlight (Link)
• CDC:: Management of Patients with Ebola Virus Disease in U.S. Hospitals, Including Procedures for Putting On (Donning) and Removing (Doffing) (Link)
• Fauci and Collins agree to agree on Ebola vaccine development and NIH funding (Link)
• Ebola outbreak: New restrictions coming for West Africa travellers to U.S. New rules take effect Wednesday (Link)
• Q & A: What exactly can the CDC do about Ebola? (Link)
• Who's skeptical of Ebola-related travel ban? Former Utah Gov. Leavitt (Link)
• Ebola: Why virus kills some, other people survive (Link)

Research
• Science Daily: Three people infected with Ebola predicted to fly from West Africa every month if no exit screening takes place (Link)
• JAMA Findings Reveal Vaccine Approach to Fight Pandemic Bird Flu (Link)
• Ebola 2014 Is Mutating As Fast As Seasonal Flu
(Link)

General
• WHO promises more transparency in outlining Ebola outbreak failures (Link)
• Ebola: How Nigeria and Senegal stopped the disease 'dead in its tracks' (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Oct. 21, 2014 (Link)
• Understanding Ebola: A Visual Guide: The timeline of symptoms (Link)
• Home care kits highlight gaps in West Africa's Ebola response (Link)
• Preventing an Ebola-related Food Crisis - Report from International Food Policy Research Institute (Link)
• Ebola becomes a business problem (Link)
• Signs of victories against Ebola in Africa - and the United States (Link)

Commentary
• The Poor and the Sick What Cholera and Ebola Have in Common (Link)
• "The Hot Zone" and the mythos of Ebola (Link)
• Matheson's big fear: the outbreaks after Ebola (Link)


October 26, 2014

France
• France reports four cases of chikungunya locally acquired infections (Link)

Liberia
• Video: In burying the Ebola dead, some Liberians defy cremation order (Link)

Mali
• Mali rushes to track Ebola after toddler dies (Link)

Mauritania
• Mauritania Closes Border With Mali Over Ebola Fears (Link)

Nigeria
• The Heroic, Tragic Story of the Doctor Who Saved Nigeria From Ebola (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Saudi MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded' plus 2 deaths (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded' plus 2 deaths (Link)

Thailand
• Australian under Ebola watch in Thailand (Link)

United States
• US military readies domestic Ebola team (Link)
• Illinois issues 21-day Ebola quarantine order (Link)
• U.S. diplomat travels to West Africa as Ebola quarantine moves take ho (Link)
• Ebola 'nightmare' for nurses as union demands protection for its members (Link)
• Top US Health Official Warns of Ebola Quarantine Risks (Link)
• NY: Cuomo - Ebola quarantine may be hard to enforce (Link)
• Few details offered on enforcement of Ebola quarantine (Link)
• Ebola prep should include health workers (Link)
• New York Ebola Patient Craig Spencer Receives Blood From Writebol (Link)
• Quarantined nurse without Ebola symptoms: I'm being made to feel like 'a criminal (Link)
• New York Ebola patient 'entering next phase' (Link)
• March in NYC against Ebola and prejudice (Link)
• White House Presses States to Reverse Mandatory Ebola Quarantine Orders (Link)
• State quarantines amid Ebola threat draw criticism as governors defend actions  (Link)

Research
• Ebola crisis rekindles concerns about secret research in Russian military labs (Link)
• Prototype paper test can detect Ebola strains (Link)

General
• World Ebola cases top 10,000, UN agency says (Link)
• Poor Health Systems In Asia Cause For Ebola Alarm (Link)

Commentary
• The Ebola Wars (Link)
• SHEA Supports Evidence-Based Measures to Prevent Ebola Transmission, Opposes Mandatory Quarantine for Healthcare Personnel (Link)


October 27 2014

Australia
• Ebola crisis: Australia closes door to Ebola-affected African countries (Link)

China
• ProMED: Avian influenza (78): China, poultry, HPAI H5N3, H5N8, H5N1, OIE (Link)

Liberia
• US brings in more materials for Ebola fight (Link)

Mali
• Mali Rushes to Track Ebola After Toddler Dies (Link)

Nigeria
• Ebola - Nigerians Abandon Preventive Measures (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, October 27, 2014 (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded' (Link)
• Rise in MERS cases prompts Saudi warning to residents (Link)

United States
• Ebola: US ambassador hits out at countries failing to help west Africa (Link)
• Nurse quarantined over Ebola to sue state (Link)
• Nurse in Newark to Be Allowed to Finish Ebola Quarantine at Home, Christie Says (Link)
• 5-Year-Old Bronx Child Being Tested for Ebola After Developing Fever: Officials (Link)
• Experts: Quarantines may dissuade Ebola volunteers (Link)
• '60 Minutes' Just Broke New Details On The Dallas Ebola Case. Here's What They Revealed. (Link)
• New York Doctor With Ebola 'Looks Better': Official Says (Link)
• Florida Orders 21-Day Monitoring for Ebola (Link)
• Florida to monitor health of travelers from Ebola-hit countries (Link)
• CDC: Identify, Isolate, Inform: Emergency Department Evaluation and Management for Patients Who Present with Possible Ebola Virus Disease (Link)
• African Boys Attacked at Bronx School, Called "Ebola": Advocacy Group (Link)

Research
• Prototype paper test can detect Ebola strains (Link)
• Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention: Postmodern public health (Link)
• Why the Work of Dr. Nancy J. Sullivan Could Be Key to a Potential Ebola Vaccine (Link)
• The Ebola Wars How genomics research can help contain the outbreak (Link)
• Study: Prompt isolation of symptomatic patients is key to eliminating Ebola (Link)

General
• Poor Health Systems in Asia Cause for Ebola Alarm (Link)
• The Flu, TB and Now Ebola: A Rare Legal Remedy Returns (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Oct. 26 & 27, 2014 (Link)
• As Ebola Spreads, Asia Senses Vulnerability (Link)
• Defying stigma, survivors join the Ebola fight in West Africa (Link)

Commentary
• Professor Peter Piot: Screening for Ebola at Hong Kong airport 'not that effective', says co-discoverer of virus (Link)
• N.Y., N.J. Ebola Rules Not Based on Virology, Hotez Says (Link)
• Maryn McKenna : The Grim Future if Ebola Goes Global (Link)
• Jody Lanard and Peter M. Sandman: Ebola: Failures of Imagination (Link)


October 30, 2014

Australia
• Poll backs Ebola action by Australian health workers (Link)

China
•  China 'vulnerable' to Ebola outbreak, says expert  (Link)

Liberia
• MSF warns Liberia Ebola 'progress' could be illusory  (Link)
• WHO UPDATE 5 Ebola appears to be slowing in Liberia  (Link)
• Liberians fast, pray for three days to break Ebola "curse"  (Link)

Philippines
• Philippines urges citizens to leave Ebola-hit Africa (Link)

North Korea
• Officials say North Korea to quarantine all arriving foreigners for 21 days over Ebola fears  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, October 30, 2014 (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '3 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded', 1 recovery, 3 deaths (Link)
• Saudi finds six new MERS cases as outbreak grows (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Sierra Leone Ebola chief blasts ambulance attacks (Link)
• Why do some survive Ebola? Sierra Leone study offers clues (Link)
•  Ebola: Danger in Sierra Leone, Progress in Liberia  (Link)

United States
• CA: State orders quarantine for workers who had contact with Ebola (Link)
• US will witness Ebola cases until outbreak stopped in west Africa: Obama (Link)
• ME: Ebola nurse leaves house to say she will challenge quarantine (Link)
• Pentagon orders 21-day Ebola quarantine for troops (Link)
• Bay Area doctors join Ebola fight despite quarantine risks (Link)
• Hagel announces mandatory Ebola quarantine  (Link)
• Why is Pentagon quarantining troops who had no contact with Ebola patients? (+video) (Link)
• Emory Hospital Shares Lessons Learned On Ebola Care (Link)
• Supportive care may help American Ebola patients survive (Link)
• Considerations for Discharging Persons Under Investigation (PUI) for Ebola Virus Disease (Ebola) (Link)
• New York State Offers Protections for Medical Workers Joining Ebola Fight (Link)

Research
• CIDRAP: Study finds 30-year increase in infectious disease outbreaks (Link)
• NEJM: Clinical Illness and Outcomes in Patients with Ebola in Sierra Leone (Link)
• Nature: The Ebola questions Scientists know a lot about the virus that causes Ebola - but there are many puzzles that they have yet to solve (Link)

General
• WHO: Ebola cases jump to over 13,700, maximum from West African countries  (Link)
• Keeping skin out of the game; A weekend programming project aims to save lives half a world away  (Link)
•  Why It's OK To Worry About Ebola, And What's Truly Scary  (Link)
•  Dozens Of Volunteers Have Come Back Safe From Ebola Hot Zone  (Link)
• Why U.S. Ebola patients seem to be recovering faste (Link)
• WHO: Newest Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report (Link)
• WHO: 29 October 2014 virtual press briefing on Ebola outbreak (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Oct. 28-29, 2014 (Link)
• Funding to tame an Ebola outbreak has fallen short (Link)

Commentary
• Scientific American: Quarantines: Chaos and Confusion (Link)
• Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention: If you can ride a bike - You Can't Spread Ebola!!!! (Link)


October 31, 2013


Canada 
• Flu Claims Three Lives as Albertans get immunized at free clinic (Link)

China 
• OIE notified of multiple bird flu outbreaks in China (Link
• In Guangdong, nervy Chinese ramp up Ebola watch (Link)

Ghana 
•  Miss Ghana Foundation Embarks On Ebola Prevention Campaign (Link)

Liberia 
• The WHO's Big Asterisk on Liberia's Ebola Case Decrease  (Link)

Mali 
• WHO says two suspected Ebola cases in Mali, 57 contacts sought  (Link
• Mali Ebola victim had contact with 141 people, 57 still sought  (Link)

New Zealand 
• Vaccine no match for rogue flu strain (Link)

Nigeria 
• Liberia's Ebola Crisis Puts President in Harsh Light  (Link
• Suspected Ebola Patient Triggers Panic At Lagos Airport (Link)

Saudi Arabia 
• Coronavirus 'still a significant threat' (Link
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, October 30 & 31, 2014: 
No change in any category! (Link)

United States 
• Congress Has Thin Legislative Record on Combating Disease Outbreaks (Link
• Court orders movement restrictions on Maine nurse over Ebola fears (Link
•  New York doctors who help in Ebola fight will be given quarantine reimbursement, ensured employment status Gov. (Link
• 'A happy ending:' Bentley is officially Ebola-free, will be reunited with Nina Pham on Saturday  (Link
•  Despite errors, Ebola fails to spread here: Our view  (Link
• Maine Judge Rejects Ebola Quarantine on Nurse  (Link)

Research 
• Virus Sleuths Chip Away At Ebola Mysteries  (Link
• Ebola Researchers Banned From Medical Meeting In New Orleans (Link
• Can your genes affect your response to Ebola? That's the case in these mice  (Link
• Genes Influence How Mice React to Ebola, Study Says in 'Significant Advance' (Link
• Ebola may not be a deadly disease for everyone, scientists find  (Link
• Ebola Resistance In Mice: Why Some People Survive Disease  (Link
• Ebola virus: Genes 'play significant role in survival'  (Link)

General 
• UN chief defends returning Ebola aid workers  (Link
• Ebola outbreak: Charity MSF warns US on quarantine  (Link
•  U.S. quarantines 'chilling' Ebola fight in West Africa: MSF  (Link
• Braving Ebola  (Link
• WHO Chief Says Ebola Response 'Did Not Match' Scale of the Outbreak  (Link
• What A Brush With SARS Taught A Doctor About Ebola  (Link
• http://afludiary.blogspot.com/... (Link
• WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Update 31 October 2014 (Link
• ProMed Reports, Oct. 30-31, 2014 (Link
• CDC: Posters on Cleaning and Hand Washing with Chlorine Solution in the African Setting - October 30, 2014 (Link
• Science: Ebola discoverer sees progress in stemming outbreak (Link)

Commentary 
• Avian Flu Diary: WHO Updates Personal Protective Equipment Guidelines for Ebola response (Link
• Avian Flu Diary: Guidance Gone, But Not Forgotten (Link
• http://news.sciencemag.org/hea... (Link
• Why Ebola Quarantines Will Grow Larger -- And More Troubling (Link)


November 1, 2014

Canada
• Canada Restricts Visas Amid Ebola Scare (Link)
• Protecting the Health and Safety of Canadians (Link)
• Branswell: Canada won't issue visas to residents of countries with widespread Ebola  (Link)

Indonesia
• Jambi Reports Pilgrims Infected with Mers (Link)

Liberia
• How Liberia Is Starting To Beat Ebola, With Fingers Crossed (Link)
• In Liberia, Ebola Survivors Find They Have Superpowers (Link)

Mali
• Ebola ward in Mali: Rapid action made the difference in Mali (Link)
• Mali Ebola victim had contact with 141 people, 57 still sought (Link)
• WHO: Ebola virus disease - Mali (Link)

Qatar
• Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Riyadh governor orders anti-MERS push (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, October 31 & Nov. 1, 2014 (Oct 31 and Nov 1)

United States
• OR: Woman visiting from Liberia hospitalized in Portland area being tested for Ebola  (Link)
• CIDRAP: At universities, Ebola threat sparks range of travel warnings, limits (Link)
• CIDRAP: EVD-68 cases fading, but more unexplained neuro illnesses (Link)
• Ebola doctor speaks out on 'media frenzy' and the quarantine he faces (Link)
• U.S. military to train more Ebola response team (Link)
• Health Scientists Try to Predict Number of US Ebola Cases (Link)
• Dallas Ebola Survivor Nina Pham's Touching Reunion With Bentley the Dog (Link)
• Dallas mayor: 'I was scared, mad' about Ebola (Link)
• Ebola Survivors Tread Painful, Lonely Journeys Experiences of People Treated Trace Splintered Path of Ebola in America (Link)
• NYC doctor with Ebola upgraded to stable (Link)
• Hospitals Wrestle With Extent of Ebola Treatment; Facilities May Forgo Certain Procedures in Bid to Protect Staff (Link)
• CDC Flu Updates (Link, link and link)
• CDC Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease )2014 West Africa Outbreak; Timeline of "What's New" (Link, link, link and link)
• CDC Releases Two New Clinical Resources in the Fight Against Ebola - PPE Demonstration Video, Ebola Clinical Slide Set (Link)
• ME: Gov LePage Says 13% Of Ebola Victims Die Without Showing Any Symptoms (Link)

Research
• Science: Strategies for containing Ebola in West Africa (Link)
• Science: Host genetic diversity enables Ebola hemorrhagic fever pathogenesis and resistance (Link)

General
• CIDRAP: WHO updates Ebola PPE guidance for health providers (Link)
• ISIS eyes using Ebola as bio weapon - Spain (Link)
• Eluding Ebola: Gear Matters, But Technique Matters More (Link)
• What AIDS should have taught us about how to deal with diseases like Ebola (Link)
• In-depth search for articles on how genes effect Ebola survival (Link)
• WHO updates personal protective equipment guidelines for Ebola response (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2014 (Link)
• Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention: Ebola primer, v2.0 (Link)
• Aviahttp://afludiary.blogspot.com/2014/11/eid-journal-evaluating-border-entry.htmln Flu Diary: EID Journal: Evaluating Border Entry Screening for Infectious Diseases in Humans (Link)
• Better Staffing Seen as Crucial to Ebola Treatment in Africa (Link)
• How Ebola Kills: Study Finds the Deadly Signs (Link)
• 23 Powerful Photos Of People Who Got Ebola - And Survived  (Link)
• New step towards eradication of H5N1 bird flu (Link)


November 2, 2014

France
• UN Employee Taken to Hospital in France With Ebola Diagnosis (Link)

India
• Madhya Pradesh: Tenth patient tests positive for swine flu in Indore (Link)

Indonesia
• Patient Suspected of Having Ebola Hospitalized in Madiun  (Link)

Liberia
• In Liberian slum, Ebola quarantine magnifies misery  (Link)
• She Lost Her Fiance To Ebola But Found A New Mission (Link)
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Saudi Arabia
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release (Link)
• Saudi tested for Ebola as epidemic spreads  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Ebola Crisis: Fear and anxiety in Sierra Leone as situation worsens (Link)
•  'Entire villages disappeared': Ebola deaths in Sierra Leone 'underreported' (Link)
• Ebola in Sierra Leone 'spreading quickly' - campaign group  (Link)
• Sierra Leone doctor tests positive for Ebola  (Link)

United Kingdom
• Pioneering new facilities to protect the UK from viruses (Link)

United States
• Flu or Ebola? U.S. Hospitals Prepare for Confusing Season (Link)
• Google Updates 'Flu Trends' Software to Improve its Accuracy (Link)
• OR: Woman Being Monitored For Ebola Hospitalized In Milwaukie  (Link)
• Liberian woman monitored in Portland-area Ebola unit no longer has fever, host family says  (Link)
• 42 people removed from Ohio Ebola contact list  (Link)
• De Blasio's plan: a steady voice in time of Ebola  (Link)
• NYC Ebola patient improves; Oregon patient is 'low-risk' for virus  (Link)
• Ebola in the US: Who Pays the Bills? (Link)

Vietnam
• 'Possible Ebola patient' hospitalized in central Vietnam (Link)

Research
• Scientists Say Worst Case Ebola Scenario Is 130 Cases In U.S. (Link)
• Study: Airport Screening For Ebola Ineffective (Link)
• Triage Management, Survival, and the Law in the Age of Ebola (Link)
• Virus Sleuths Chip Away at Ebola Mysteries (Link)

General
• What We Don't Know About Ebola  (Link)
•  AMA (American Medical Association) Ebola Resource Center  (Link)
•  Ebola: Are cases levelling off?  (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Nov. 1-2, 2014  (Link)
• Ambulatory Care Evaluation of Patients with Possible Ebola Virus Disease (Ebola) - November 1, 2014  (Link)
• Tweets from the IMED conference (Link)
• Better Staffing Seen as Crucial to Ebola Treatment in Africa  (Link)
• UN Ebola response chief says disease 'still very much a crisis'  (Link)
• Good science must prevail on more than Ebola  (Link)
• Alex Crawford: 'Be alert about Ebola but will it kill half of Reading? No'  (Link)
• Ebola's Next Frontier  (Link)
• Opinion: Stopping Ebola: Mali Matters (Link)
• Louisiana to Top Ebola Researchers: Stay Away (Link)
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November 3, 2014

Argentina
• Argentine President Fernandez in hospital with fever (Link)

China
• Hong Kong: DH closely monitors additional human case of avian influenza A(H7N9) in Jiangsu (Link)

Nigeria
• Ebola - Nigerians Warned Against Complacency (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Three new deaths from coronavirus (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 2 & 3, 2014 (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Another Sierra Leone doctor tests positive for Ebola; France treating UN patient (Link)
• Ebola rapidly advancing in rural Sierra Leone, says Africa Governance Initiative report (Link)
• Fifth doctor in Sierra Leone dies of Ebola  (Link)
• Exposed: After an accidental needle stab, a doctor's Ebola watch begins (Link)
• Ebola cases 'surge' in rural Sierra Leone (Link)
• Ebola in Sierra Leone is 'spreading nine times faster than two months ago', campaigners warn  (Link)

United Kingdom
• Ebola: woman with fever being tested at London hospital  (Link)
• Woman tests negative for Ebola in south London hospital (Link)
• (Wales): Negative test for suspected Ebola case at Glangwili  (Link)

United States
• NC: Ebola suspected in Durham, N.C., patient: reports (Link)
• NC: Duke University evaluating potential Ebola patient; risk downplayed (Link)
• Possible Ebola Patient Tests Negative for Virus at Duke University  (Link)
• Maine nurse gives ground on Ebola quarantine  (Link)
• Bill Gates in New Orleans: Ebola not the last epidemic of its kind  (Link)
• Grading Your State's Preparedness For An Ebola Outbreak  (Link)
• NYC doctor with Ebola improving, hospital says  (Link)

Research
• Researchers Study Ebola Link to Gene in Rare Disease  (Link)
• Ebola epidemic spurs hunt for new, faster tests  (Link)
• Bats likely carry Ebola to humans, but may also carry cure (Link)
• UAE lab devises breakthrough test to detect coronavirus in camels  (Link)

General
• Decoding a killer: Lab studying Ebola virus for mutation threat  (Link)
• Ebola: Are cases levelling off?  (Link)
• This Map Will Show You Every Ebola Outbreak in History  (Link)
• Ebola crisis: UK appeal raises £10m in five days - DEC  (Link)
•  10 Things that Kill the Ebola Virus: slideshow format  (Link)
•  Hospital Records Are Adapting to Flag Ebola A New Application Matches Patient's Travel and Family History With Medical Symptoms (Link)
• Ebola vaccine story shows folly of free-market drugs  (Link)
• Emotion Is Not the Best Medicine, Ebola Case Further Shows  (Link)
• Nigerian virologist delivers scathing analysis of Africa's response to Ebola  (Link)
•  Ebola Dominates WHO Vote in Struggling Africa Office  (Link)
• How Ebola Healthcare Workers Get Dressed(Link)
•  Map: The Africa without Ebola  (Link)
• "Shocking" Report On Flu Vaccine Is Neither Shocking Nor Correct  (Link)


November 4, 2014

China
• Third bird flu case sparks alert (Hong Kong) (Link)
• Ebola crisis highlights China's philanthropic shortfall  (Link)

Guinea
• Amid Stigma, Guinea's Ebola Survivors Pitch In at ETUs  (Link)

Mali
• WHO says currently no Ebola cases in Mali, 39 contacts sought  (Link)

Nigeria
•  Ebola fears turn Nigerians off eating bushmeat  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Saudi Arabia reports 2 new MERS cases, WHO confirms 14  (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release (Link)
•  Saudi MOH-'2-New-Confirmed-Corona-Cases-Recorded' and 3 recoveries  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Fresh Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone raises fears of new infection chain  (Link)
• Ebola Kills Sierra Leone Doctor, UN Doubles Staff  (Link)
• Ebola Rates Accelerate in Sierra Leone  (Link)
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Sudan
• More children die in Central Darfur refugee camp (Link)

Taiwan
• Jiangsu (China) added to Taiwan's H7N9 bird flu watch list (Link)
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United States
• So Much for Ebola: U.S. Loses Interest in Virus as Cases Dwindle  (Link)
• U.S. scientists say uncertainties loom about Ebola's transmission, other key facts  (Link)
• Liberian Traveler At Duke Hospital Shows Preliminary Negative Result For Ebola  (Link)
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General
• CIDRAP: Chikungunya outbreak case numbers edge closer toward 800,000 (Link)
• CIDRAP: Ebola tops agenda at WHO African leaders meeting  (Link)
• Ebola's orphans: Survivors care for children left behind by disease (Link)
• Hazmat suits a way to block the Ebola stigma  (Link)
• Health 'Post-Ebola Syndrome' Persists After Virus Is Cured, Doctor Says  (Link)
• Ebola and insurance: A complicated mixture  (Link)
• Treating Ebola: The Bluetooth Method; Keeping hands-off without abandoning the patient. (Link)


November 5, 2014

Australia
• Australia, bowing to pressure to step up Ebola fight in Africa, will fund treatment clinic (Link)

Canada
• WHO asks Canada to justify visa ban for residents of Ebola-affected countries (Link)

China
• Hong Kong: China: DH closely monitors additional MERS cases in KSA (Hong Kong) (Link)

Cuba
• Why Cuba Is So Good at Fighting Ebola (Link)
• Cuba's Ebola Diplomacy (Link)

France
• Ebola Fight Sheltered in France From Cuts That Hurt Spain (Link)

Liberia
• A Third Ebola Outbreak May Be Imminent, If...  (Link)
• Is Ebola Outbreak Entering New Phase? (Link)
• As Ebola declines in Liberia, health officials reassess response plans (Link)
• As Ebola declines in Liberia, health officials reassess response plans (Link)

Saudi Arabia
•  CIDRAP: Saudi Arabia reports 2 new MERS cases and 3 recoveries (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 5, 2014 (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '3 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded' (Link)
• WHO: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) - Saudi Arabia (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Ebola: Food Scarcity Leading to People Breaking Quarantines in Sierra Leone (Link)
• New Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone raises fears of new infection chain (Link)

Spain
• Free of Ebola, Nurse's Aide Is Released From Madrid Hospital (Link)
• Spanish nurse who recovered from Ebola angry at officials for killing her dog (Link)

United States
• Three Ways Health Officials And Doctors Fumbled In Communicating Ebola Risk (Link)
• Ebola Briefing: American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2014 Meeting, New Orleans, LA (Link)
• Obama to Ask Congress for $6 Billion to Fight Ebola (Link)

Research
• Exclusive: U.S. Ebola researchers plead for access to virus samples (Link)
• Nose Spray Ebola Vaccine Protects Monkeys (Link)

General
• ISIS Planning To Use Ebola As a Bio Terror Weapon In Its Attacks, Warns Spain (Link)
• WHO elects next Africa chief amid Ebola outbreak (Link)
• Asia 'not doing enough' to fight Ebola World Bank says Asian countries have capacity to assist in fight against raging epidemic but are doing little (Link)
• UPMC Center for Health Security:
Health Security Headlines (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Nov. 5, 2014 (Link)
• Controversies in Hospital Infection Prevention: Causal opacity (Link)
• WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Update. 5 Nov. 2014 (Link)

Commentary
• Ebola Is A Symptom Of Our Compounding Failures (Link)
• Understanding the Ebola virus The virus itself is really nothing special-until it gets inside a human (Link)
• Helen Branswell: Canada's Ebola visa ban puts us all at risk in the long run (Link)
• Avian Flu Diary: WHO Ebola Roadmap Update - Nov 5th (Link)
November 6, 2014

China
• China to build Ebola hospital in Liberia  (Link)

Germany
• Avian Flu Diary: Germany Reports #H5N8 Outbreak in Turkeys  (Link)  

Guinea
• How Guinea Found the Best Way to Survive Ebola  (Link)

Liberia
• Treating Those Treating Ebola in Liberia  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Saudi Arabia confirms 3 new MERS cases (Link)
• Saudi MOH: 'No New Corona Cases Recorded', 1 recoveryy; Nov. 6 2914  (Link)
• Saudi Ministry Of Health Responds To MERS-CoV Cases In Riyadh  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Ebola cases rise sharply in Sierra Leone  (Link)
• Sierra Leone: Journalist arrested after questioning official Ebola response  (Link)

United States
• CIDRAP: CDC reports 7 new EV-D68 cases  (Link)
• Ebola-Infected NYC Doctor Strums Guitar to Pass Time in Isolation  (Link)
• No regrets: Texas nurse who got Ebola would treat again  (Link)
• In Exclusive Club of U.S. Ebola Survivors, Kinship Is Sealed in Blood (Link)
• Ebola outbreak: Get up to speed on the latest developments  (Link)

Research
• CIDRAP: Work on Ebola being thwarted by difficulties getting virus samples (Link)
• Race Is On to Detect Ebola More Quickly Better, Faster Diagnostics Could Be Lifesaving in Current Outbreak  (Link)
• Health US Officials Unveil Plan to Test Ebola Drugs  (Link)
• How One Experimental Drug May Be Defeating Ebola and Saving People  (Link)

General
• Shipping lines apply 'Ebola clause' to fend off virus risks (Link)
• Facebook Launches Ebola Charity Donation Button  (Link)
• The 14-step process to putting on an Ebola protective suit  (Link)
• ProMed Reports, Nov. 6, 2014  (Link)
• Ebola: The Executive Summary, 11/06  (Link)

Commentary
• Ebola Mutation: Lack Of Virus Samples In US Hampers Efforts To Track Its Changes (Link)
• Helen Branswell: Is quarantine merited for Ebola-exposed health-care workers? The science says no  (Link)
• Avian Flu Diary: Acute Flaccid Paralysis Following #EV-D68 Infection - France  (Link)
• Avian Flu Diary: MERS-CoV Epidemiological Update  (Link)


November 7, 2014

Germany
• Bird flu reported on German farm (Link)
• CIDRAP: H5N8 strikes 31,000-bird turkey farm in Germany (Link)

Liberia
• Confusion in Liberia as 90-day emergency state expires (Link)
• Have aid efforts brought Ebola under control? (Link)
• Ebola Is Destroying Liberia's Vaccination Program (Link)
• Empty Ebola beds in Liberia pose riddle for health workers (Link)
• Loneliness and Comedy in the Ebola Ward (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Hospital MERS cluster in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) tied to patient from Taif (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 7, 2014 (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded', Nov. 7 (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Ebola in Sierra Leone: UK doctor's video diary part two (Link)

United Kingdom
• Ebola expert warns of tragedy in British hospitals due to safety failings (Link)

United States
• CIDRAP: CDC cites 2 more deaths in EV-D68 cases, more polio-like illnesses (Link)
• CIDRAP: CDC warns travelers of chikungunya outbreak (Link)
• Texas & Ohio Quietly Reach End Of Ebola Contact Monitoring (Link)
• TX: Surviving Nurse Amber Vinson Blames Cleanup Crew for Destroying Her Engagement Ring (Link)
•  Latest Ebola fear: Safety of lab equipment (Link)
• West Africa's Ebola epidemic leads to US protective gear backlog (Link)
• Ebola-tackling robots to be discussed by the White House (Link)

Research
• New step towards eradication of H5N1 bird flu  (Link)
• Spray vaccine may not halt swine flu in kids, officials say (Link)
• Learning About Ebola, Little by Little (Link)
• Experimental Ebola drugs should not be withheld, WHO says (Link)

General
• U.N. Ebola chief voices guarded optimism (Link)
• UN Releases Manual for Safe Ebola Burials (Link)
• UPMC Center for Health Security - Health Security Headlines - Headlines: Nov. 7, 2014 (Link)

Commentary
• In Liberia, Ebola Makes 'Pariahs' Out Of The Sick, Says NYT Reporter; Q & A interview (Link)
• Helen Branswell, Scientific American: How Ebola Blindsides the Body's Defenses (Link)


November 8, 2014

Germany
• Germany facing first case of H5N8 bird flu (Link)

Japan
• Suspected Ebola case found at Airport in Japan (Link)
•  Man who had fever after trip to Liberia tests negative for Ebola (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Saudis announce 2 more MERS cases, education campaign (Link)

United States
• NV: Passenger monitored for possible Ebola symptoms in Reno (Link)
• Military names 5 U.S. bases for troop Ebola quarantines (Link)
• CDC: Resources for Parents, Schools, and Pediatric Healthcare Professionals (Link)
• CDC: 2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa - Case Counts (Link)
• CDC: Interim Recommendations for Cleaning Houses Safely in West Africa Ebola-Affected Areas after Persons with Symptoms of Ebola are Transferred to Ebola Treatment Units or Community Care Centers (Link)

Research
• CIDRAP: Study finds flu vaccine effective in elderly during widespread outbreaks (Link)
• CIDRAP: Study finds no transmission of MERS to health workers (Link)
• CIDRAP: Iranian MERS cluster showed evidence of person-to-person spread (Link)
• Science: Delays hinder Ebola genomics (Link)

General
• Ebola death toll rises to 4,950 - WHO (Link)
• WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report, Nov. 7, 2014 (Link)
• WHO: How to conduct safe and dignified burial of a patient who has died from suspected or confirmed Ebola virus disease (Link)
• Pro-Med reports, November 7 & 8, 2014 (Link)
• Ebola Deeply: Ebola - The Executive Summary, 11/07 (Link)


November 9, 2014

Canada
• WHO doesn't approve of Canada's Ebola visa ban  (Link)

Morocco
• 'Ebola spread risk too serious': Morocco refuses to host Africa football cup  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 8 & 9, 2014  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Sierra Leone detains critic of Ebola response (Link)
• Voices: Ebola establishes dictatorship in Sierra Leone  (Link)
• Relatives of Ebola Patients Criticize Sierra Leone Hospitals  (Link)
• Ebola threat in Sierra Leone no greater than that posed by pneumonia and malaria, claims Welsh nurse  (Link)
• Rural Sierra Leone waits for help as Ebola does its worst  (Link)

South Korea
• S. Korea to send medical team to Sierra Leone to help Ebola (Link)

United Kingdom
• Preppers In A Spin Over Ebola Armageddon   (Link)

United States
• New Poll Shows More Than Half Americans Want 'Travel Ban' From Ebola-Affected Countries (Link)
• ME: US nurse who fought Ebola quarantine in Maine moving away from state: Report (Link)
• NC: Health Dept: Individual with "some risk" of Ebola will arrive in Charlotte  (Link)
• CDC Increasing Supply of US: Ebola-specific Personal Protective Equipment for U.S. Hospitals (Link)
• WI: Health Sense: UW-Madison panel offers local perspective on Ebola crisis  (Link)
• CA: 18,000 Nurses Plan Strike Over Ebola Preparedness  (Link)
• Warning on returning from Ebola-affected countries  (Link)

Research
• How robots could be used to fight Ebola As more people die from the virus  (Link)
• Man volunteered to be infected with Ebola virus in vaccine trial  (Link)
• Ebola cure may be in survivors' blood - Scientists  (Link)

General
• Dengue's Spread Flies Under The Radar Amid Ebola Scare (Link)
• Ebola outbreak: Africa sets up $28.5m crisis fund  (Link)
• Fast-spreading killers: how Ebola compares with other diseases  (Link)
• Ebola Deeply: Ebola - The Executive Summary, 11/07  (Link)

Commentary
• US: Cooper: Poor choices with Ebola (Link)
• The Photojournalist Who Stared Down Ebola  (Link)
• Ebola Crusader Katie Meyler Shows Life Inside Hot Zone  (Link)
• Ebola virus refuses to stick to the script  (Link)


November 10, 2014

Republic of Ireland
• Person being tested for Ebola in Belfast  (Link)

Liberia
• Liberia village becomes a new Ebola epicenter  (Link)
• Ebola's Mystery: One Boy Lives, Another Dies  (Link)
• As Ebola declines in Liberia, health officials reassess response plans  (Link)

Mali
• Mali due to declare 108 Ebola-free after quarantine  (Link)

Nigeria
• How Liberian-American, Patrick Sawyer, Deliberately Infected Our Staff With Ebola - - First Consultant Hospital  (Link)

Philippines
• Philippines to isolate returning peacekeepers for Ebola checks  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 10, 2014  (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '1 New Confirmed Corona Case Recorded, and 1 death  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Sierra Leonean nurses do their best for quarantined homes in new Ebola hotspot  (Link)
• Rural Sierra Leone waits for help as Ebola does its worst  (Link)
• Remote Sierra Leone village pleads for help  (Link)

Spain
• Ebola patient Romero seeks compensation for damages  (Link)

Thailand
• 3,000 in Thailand monitored for Ebola  (Link)

United States
• Week Ahead: Committees Examine New Ebola Response Funding; Healthcare.gov Allows Exchange Plan Viewing Today  (Link)
• Military names 5 US bases for Ebola mission troops  (Link)
• Is Ebola More Of A Social Problem? These Columbia University Professors Think So  (Link)
• CDC Officials Increase Supplies To Combat Ebola  (Link)
• Hospitals' Struggles To Beat Back Familiar Infections Began Before Ebola Arrived  (Link)

Research
• Protein discovery provides new target for Ebola treatment  (Link)
• Timing of antimicrobial use influences the evolution of antimicrobial resistance during disease epidemics  (Link)

General
• Ebola by numbers - a look at the worst-ever epidemic  (Link)
• CIDRAP's list of resources and literature on Ebola  (Link)
• ProMED Reports, November 9, 2014  (Link)
• Ebola Deeply: Ebola: The Executive Summary, November 10, 2014  (Link)
• Ebola and inequality  (Link)
• Google will double your donation to fight Ebola  (Link)

Commentary
• Maggie Fox, NBC: Why It's Not Enough to Just Eradicate Ebola  (Link)
• In the eye of the Ebola storm  (Link)  (Link)
• The Ebola Hot Zone  (Link)
• Avian Flu Diary, Michael Coston: No Failure Of Imagination: Sabine's Diaries  (Link)
• Avian Flu Diary, Michael Coston: Bird Flu Spread: The Flyway Or The Highway?  (Link)
• The Ethics of Infection Source and full article  (Link)


November 11, 2014

Canada
• Canada boosts restrictions for travelers from Ebola-hit nations  (Link)

Guinea
• Ebola crisis: Guinea hunger strike at village occupation  (Link)

Liberia
• Ebola's Other Toll: Food On the Table  (Link)

Republic of Malawi
• Patients Panic At Qech Over Ebola Scare  (Link)

Republic of Mali
• In Quick Response, Mali Thwarts an Ebola Outbreak  (Link)
• WHO: Mali case, Ebola imported from Guinea  (Link)

New Zealand
• Suspicious package sparks NZ Ebola fears  (Link)
• Jihadist group sends vial of 'Ebola virus' to newspaper  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Saudi Arabia reports MERS case, death  (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 11, 2014  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• "There Are No Peace Talks With Ebola"  (Link)
• CIDRAP: Last Sierra Leone region to face Ebola hit hard  (Link)
• Nurse Will Pooley - back treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone  (Link)

Sudan
• Hemorrhagic fever spreads in South Kordofan, Kadugli  (Link)
• Hemorrhagic fever cases reported in Sudan's Kordofan  (Link)

United States
• Craig Spencer, New York's Ebola Patient, Recovers  (Link)
• New York doctor cleared of Ebola, which means there are no known Ebola cases in the U.S.  (Link)
• Google launches campaign to donate $2 for every $1 to fight Ebola  (Link)
• With Phone Calls and Persistence, Tracking Travelers at Risk for Ebola  (Link)
• CA: California nurses go on strike over lack of Ebola preparedness  (Link)
• U.S. was ill-equipped to handle Ebola rescues, State Dept. contract reveals  (Link)

Research
• Fujifilm says tests results on Avigan as Ebola drug by end-2014  (Link)
• Medical Experts Look For New Ways To Test Ebola Drugs  (Link)

General
• CIDRAP: Chikungunya cases rise steeply, especially in Central America  (Link)
• ProMED Reports, November, XX 2014  (Link)
• Ebola crisis: three things Band Aid should really be singing about  (Link)
• Ebola Service Grants for IDSA Members Volunteering in West Africa  (Link)
•  Ebola Deeply: Ebola: The Executive Summary, 11/11  (Link)

Commentary
• How 'The Hot Zone' Got It Wrong And Other Tales Of Ebola's History  (Link)
• Ebola and the Culture Makers  (Link)


November 12, 2014

Germany
• Fears that German avian flu outbreak could spread  (Link)

Guinea
• Thousands of Guineans Displaced by Ebola-Linked Unrest  (Link)

Liberia
• CIDRAP: MSF - Ebola rapid teams needed for Liberian hot spots  (Link)
•  Resurging Ebola - New Cases Heighten Complacesy Fears  (Link)
• How Ebola Caused a Hunger Crisis in Liberia  (Link)

Mali
• Ebola crisis: Mali confirms second death  (Link)
• Mali suffers new Ebola case with death of a nurse  (Link)
• Mali quarantines dozens after Ebola kills second victim  (Link)
• Mali confirms its second and third Ebola deaths  (Link)
• Mali confirms its second and third Ebola deaths  (Link)
• Mali Reports a Second, Larger Ebola Outbreak  (Link)
• Mali races to head off Ebola outbreak after second death  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Saudi Arabia reports its 800th MERS case, plus death  (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release, Index Page Graphic Report, November 12, 2014  (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded', 1 recovery, no deaths  (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Another Sierra Leonean doctor infected with Ebola  (Link)
• The last Ebola-free district in Sierra Leone is now an Ebola 'hotspot'  (Link)
• Health workers strike at southern Sierra Leone's only Ebola clinic  (Link)

United States
• Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan's family has settled with Dallas hospital  (Link)
• Plenty of Hugs as Craig Spencer, Recovered New York Ebola Patient, Goes Home  (Link)
• What Employers Are Doing To Counter Ebola  (Link)
• UM Health System, nurses union agree to Ebola contract  (Link)

Research
• Children Are More Likely To Survive Ebola, And Now Scientists May Know Why  (Link)
• Virus Study May Help Doctors Detect Ebola Earlier  (Link)
• Bats' Link to Ebola Finally Solved  (Link)

General
• CIDRAP: FAO - H5N6 poses emerging threat to poultry in eastern Asia  (Link)
• Ebola's True Toll Is Still Untallied As Another Deadly Fever Looms  (Link)
• WHO: Newest Ebola response roadmap - Situation report 12 November 2014  (Link)
• ProMED Reports, November, 11 & 12, 2014  (Link)
• CDC VIDEO: Respiratory Protection for Ebola  (Link)
• Health Vets Issue Advice on Pets That May Have Ebola  (Link)
• Ebola Deeply: Ebola: The Executive Summary, 11/12  (Link)
• UPMC Center for Health Security - Health Security Headlines - Headlines: Nov. 11, 2014  (Link)


November 13, 2014

Guinea
• WHO Says Ebola Is Moderating in Guinea, Liberia   (Link)

India
• Viral glare on Jeddah pilgrim   (Link)

Liberia
• Health Officials Reassess Strategy to Combat Ebola in Liberia(Link)
• Liberia Will End Its Ebola State Of Emergency, Says President  (Link)
• Ebola outbreak: MSF says new Liberia tactics needed (Link)

Mali
• Ebola Virus: Mali Imposes Mass Quarantine after Third Death  (Link)
• Mali quarantines 90 as Ebola death toll tops 5,000  (Link)
• CIDRAP: WHO reports 3 more Ebola cases in Mali  (Link)
• Mali toughens anti-Ebola checks at borders, Liberia signals progress   (Link)
• Mali: Ebola is a fourth victim in Bamako   (Link)

Portugal
• GAR Home Alert & Response Operations Diseases Global Outbreak Alert & Response Network: Legionnaires' disease - Portugal  (Link)

Saudi Arabia
• CIDRAP: Saudi Arabia reports 2 new MERS cases  (Link)
• Saudi MOH Daily Press Release  (Link)
• Saudi MOH: '2 New Confirmed Corona Cases Recorded no recoveries, 2 deaths'  (Link)
• Camel breeding season brings more coronavirus fears   (Link)

Sierra Leone
• Ebola Attacks 6th Doctor But Colleagues Plan to Beat Virus  (Link)
• Strike complicates Sierra Leone Ebola battle   (Link)
• Ebola and the Lost Children of Sierra Leone   (Link)
• US embassy alarmed by resurgence of unsafe Ebola burials in Sierra Leone   (Link)

Sudan
• Hemorrhagic fever spreads in Sudan's South Kordofan  (Link)

Uganda
• lobal Alert and Response (GAR): Marburg virus disease - Uganda   (Link)

United States
•  CA: Nurses demand better Ebola protection at East Bay rally  (Link)
• U.S. nurses hold strikes, protests over Ebola measures   (Link)
• GOP Grills Obama Officials Over Ebola Funding Request   (Link)
• Texas: Ebola Victim's Family to Be Paid by Hospital   (Link)
•  VIDEO: Boston Doctor Returns to Sierra Leone to Fight Ebola   (Link)
•Ebola workers ask Congress for help  (Link)
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Research
• Ebola outbreak: MSF to start West Africa clinical trials  (Link)
• Cepheid receives grant to develop Ebola diagnostic test   (Link)
• What Factors Might Have Led to the Emergence of Ebola in West Africa?   (Link)
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General
• Ebola Toll Crosses 5,000 With Situation In Sierra Leone Worsening  (Link)
• Nurses need better Ebola safeguards   (Link)
• Amid Ebola Disaster, WHO Picks New Africa Chief   (Link)
• Battling Ebola: The African responses that 'will win this war'   (Link)
• Don't worry, our robot overlords will protect us from Ebola. Right?  (Link)
• Ebola Death Toll Surpasses 5,000 Worldwide   (Link)
• Ebola Today: Outbreak May Kill 1 in 7 Pregnant Women in West Africa   (Link)
•  Major Gaps Persist in West African Battle Against Ebola Virus   (Link
•Top U.S. health official says Ebola response succeeding in West Africa    (Link
• Ebola Deeply: Ebola: The Executive Summary, 11/12   (Link)
• A crisis of leadership on Ebola   (Link)
• Ebola: Experimental therapies and the quality of care in West Africa   (Link)
• Ebola Here and There: Knowing When It Is And Isn't Over 


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