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Kenya says 4 suspected Ebola patients test negative


The Kenyan government on Monday dismissed fears of an Ebola outbreak in the country, saying the four patients admitted to hospital with Ebola-like symptoms have tested negative.

China to do best to help Guinea battle Ebola


Beijing stands ready to do its best with its capacity to help Guinea fight the ongoing Ebola outbreak, says China's ambassador to the West African country.

China, France collaborate on virus research lab


China and France are jointly constructing a top-level biosafety lab in Wuhan, Hubei province, which will facilitate scientific research into dangerous viruses such as Ebola.

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends Chinese citizens avoid traveling to Ebola-affected countries


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China warns Chinese citizens to avoid traveling to Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.

WHO: Air travel is low-risk for Ebola transmission


The World Health Organization (WHO) reiterated its position that the risk of transmission of Ebola virus disease during air travel remains low.

Health workers make ultimate sacrifice to battle Ebola


Placed in a disinfected coffin and driven alongside two bagged bodies on a flatbed truck, Modupeh Cole was buried without ceremony, tribute or tears, far away from his loved ones.

President Xi: China to continue help to fight Ebola


President Xi Jinping on Saturday vowed that China will continue to help international control of the Ebola epidemic in a meeting with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Ebola cases, deaths vastly underestimated: WHO


The World Health Organization says the numbers of reported cases and deaths "vastly underestimate" the magnitude of the Ebola outbreak.

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