The World Health Organization says 932 people have died in the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Saudi Arabia has also announced the death of one person with Ebola-like symptoms.
The U.S patients are showing signs of improvement. The husband of Missionary Nancy Writebol says she's weak but improving.
Writebol and her colleague, Dr. Kent Brantly are being treated in a secure containment unit at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. They were infected while working in Liberia. Three other African nations are dealing with the the deadly disease. U.S. Customs Agents are watching travelers closely for symptoms.
The CDC says and outbreak in the U.S is highly unlikely. Because the virus only spreads through direct contact with bodily functions.
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