A doctor in New York tested positive for Ebola virus, the first case of said virus in the heavily-populated New York City.
Despite the government assurance regarding their preparations for the Ebola virus, the Philippine Hospitals Association admitted that they are not ready for the said virus, with many of their employees being personally afraid of dealing directly with the virus.
(Editor’s note: This is the statement of the World Health Organization declaring Nigeria Ebola-free.) The Ebola virus was introduced into Nigeria on 20 July when an infected Liberian man arrived by aeroplane into Lagos, Africa’s most populous city. The man, who died in hospital 5 days later, set off a chain of transmission that infected a total of 19 people, of whom 7 died. According to WHO recommendations, the end of an Ebola virus disease […]
The Senate Committee on Health is set to meet to ascertain the country’s preparedness regarding Ebola.
Twitter allows its users to play podcasts, music and other audio clips direct from their timelines and message feeds through its partnership with SoundCloud.
Soccer star David Beckham is pitching in the fight against the Ebola outbreak with two public service videos.
A wearable device that sets off an alarm in case of a fall assures the elderly that emergency services will be contacted immediately when an accident happens.
In its latest unveiling event, Apple reveals a slimmer iPad and iPad mini.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon appealed for more funds that will beuilized in the fight against Ebola.
Although the government already made a statement that it will not send health workers to west Africa, the Department of Health, together with the World Health Organization conducted specialized training to counter the dreaded Ebola virus.
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The World Health Organization estimated 10, 000 new cases of Ebola infection every week.