Australia and NZ prepare for Ebola outbreak

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According to a report from the Northern Star, “AUSTRALIAN researchers at the CSIRO are working to understand the deadly Ebola virus, but warn a vaccine wil not come soon enough to halt the current outbreak.  Across the ditch, New Zealand health experts are making contingency plans to manage the Ebola virus in case the deadly disease arrives from West Africa.

Fears of the global spread of the virus arose after an American man who was working in West Africa began to have symptoms of the contagious disease while flying to Nigeria, where he died on Friday.  There are fears the virus may have spread to others on the flight.”

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