Americans should expect more cases to emerge in the country by year's end, warn top medical experts studying the spread of Ebola.
The WHO stressed the importance of following stringent routines in order to prevent contracting an Ebola infection.
Tiny vials of inactivated Ebola virus from Africa are being brought into a San Francisco lab that could reveal secrets of the killer's past.
CDC has recommended that people who are at highest risk for coming down with Ebola, avoid commercial travel or attend large public gatherings, even if they have no symptoms.
The World Health Organization announced that for the first half of next year, there should be around 200,000 doses of the Ebola vaccine available.
Passengers on flights that originated from one of the three Ebola-stricken West African nations will have to land in one of the five designated U.S. airports, the Department of Homeland Security announced.
U.S. federal officials have issued stricter guidelines for health care workers to follow when caring for Ebola patients.
The World Health Organization has declared Nigeria an Ebola-free nation after no new cases have been confirmed for more than six weeks.
The Texas Department of State Health Service announced that all health workers linked to the Ebola case in Dallas will be banned from traveling via planes, trains, buses and ships.
The director of the CDC, Thomas Frieden stated that medical experts might need to reassess how they deal with highly infectious diseases, particularly Ebola.
According to the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Dr. Francis Collins, the development of the Ebola vaccine was delayed due to complications with funding.
Countries across the world are gearing up to stem a deadly Ebola outbreak that UN officials warn is getting worse.
One in five Americans are worried about contracting the Ebola virus, according to a new poll.
Five major U.S. airports will start screening more diligently for any signs of Ebola in passengers traveling from any of the three affected Wes African countries.
According to the World Bank Group, if the Ebola outbreak is not contained, it could cost up to $32.6 billion.