The CDC says travelers from Ebola-affected West Africa are at high risk for contracting the coronavirus.
The CDC says the number of Ebola cases in the U.S. has climbed to more than 4,300 and is expected to grow, though the agency says there’s no reliable data on how many people have contracted the virus in the continental U.N. zone of West Africa.
Here’s what you need to know about the virus.
If you have a history of fever or other symptoms of Ebola, seek medical care immediately.
Seek medical help if you develop symptoms of fever, headache, or other serious health problems.
Symptoms of Ebola can be severe.
The virus can spread rapidly, making it difficult to determine the actual number of cases.
If you have symptoms of other diseases or are taking medication, call your doctor or get tested for the virus before you leave.
The U.K. has confirmed more than 5,000 Ebola cases and the U-K.
is the only European country to have had a confirmed Ebola case, though it’s not clear how many of the cases are related to West Africa or who was infected.
More: Read our complete coverage of Ebola.
Health officials say it’s difficult to be sure the virus is spreading from one person to another because it’s so hard to determine how many cases there are in the community.
If there are more cases than confirmed cases, the virus will likely spread even more rapidly, according to the CDC.CDC officials say the CDC is monitoring about 1,000 U.B.C. cases, including one person who died in New York, one person infected in Texas, and one person from Liberia who is in critical condition.
There are 2,812 U.M.
C cases, but those are more than just patients who were exposed to the virus during their stay in New Mexico.
The agency says about 2,800 of those people have died.
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene says it has sent nearly 1,500 personnel and supplies to help with the response.
The city has sent about $30 million to support the effort.
The State Department says the U,N.
agency has been working to support U.H.I.M., a New York-based health and sanitation company that is contracted to care for people in West Africa, including the 1,200 people who have been infected.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued an alert for travelers from West Africa who have traveled to the U of M. They are advised to wear face masks and limit contact with others who have had contact with someone with Ebola.
People can also contact the CDC’s Ebola Hotline at 1-800-CDC-H1.