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  • U.S. isn’t done with Ebola

    U.S. News & World Report - 10/14/2014

    Through a collaboration with Northeastern University, the ISI Foundation, and others, researchers have built a model to predict the progression of the disease in West Africa, if the disease continues at its current pace.

    Using flight patterns, they also predict which countries are likely to see Ebola cases in the future.

    They calculated the importation risk for Ebola without a travel reduction and with an 80 percent travel reduction. The United States is at the top of both lists.

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