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  1. Ebola Patients Escape Hospital, Increasing Fear of Massive OutbreakThe highly contagious virus has spread to Mbandaka, a city of more than a million, and health officials are scrambling to contain it.
  2. Ebola Fighter Dies After Hospital Staff Refuses to Help HerShe was a Time magazine 2014 Person of the Year.
  3. There Is Now an Ebola Vaccine That’s ‘100 Percent’ Effective Against the DiseaseSome actual good 2016 news.
  4. Ebola Epidemic Is Officially OverAccording to the World Health Organization.
  5. Country Where Ebola Outbreak Began Declares Itself Free of the Deadly VirusIt’s the best year-end present that God could give to Guinea, and the best news that Guineans could hope for.”
  6. Liberia Sees First Ebola Death Since JulyMeanwhile, a panel of international experts say that the response to the outbreak caused “needless suffering and death.”
  7. Ebola Returns to Liberia, Country Was Believed to Be Virus-FreeNearly 5,000 Liberians have died from the virus since last year.
  8. Quarantined Ebola Nurse Sues Chris Christie for False ImprisonmentKaci Hickox says the governor kept her in a “private prison” to play politics with Ebola panic.
  9. Ebola Survivor Dr. Craig Spencer Returns to Visit the Hospital That Saved HimHe even went back to Guinea earlier this year.
  10. Sierra Leone Celebrates Release of Last Known Ebola PatientIt’s been a very exciting day, people were really celebrating.”
  11. Ebola Is Back in LiberiaA 17-year-old boy tested positive for the disease, the nation’s first new case in months.
  12. Liberia Declared Ebola-Free The virus killed more than 4,700 Liberians.
  13. Liberia Confirms New Case of Ebola After Two Disease-Free WeeksWe will have unfortunately some periods in which our hopes are dashed at this stage in the outbreak.”
  14. Nancy Snyderman Will Stop Playing a Doctor on TVShe’ll go back to being a real-life doctor at a “major US medical school.”
  15. Number of Known Cases of Ebola in Liberia Drops to ZeroBeatrice Yardolo leaves the treatment center. 
  16. Nurse Sues Dallas Hospital Where She Contracted Ebola For failing to provide her with proper training and resources and for violating her privacy.
  17. Ebola Doctor Hates the Media and Politics; Is Neither Hipster Nor HeroDr. Craig Spencer is not impressed with how politicians and media outlets treated him and other Ebola patients in the U.S. 
  18. North Korea Sticks With Irrational Ebola Policy, Bans Foreign Marathon RunnersThere hasn’t been an outbreak anywhere near Pyongyang.
  19. U.S. Troops Deployed to Fight Ebola in West Africa Are Coming HomeNow that the outbreak has mostly tapered off.
  20. The Brief — But Busy — Reign of the Ebola Czar Ron Klain talks about America’s fight against the epidemic as he prepares to step down. 
  21. New York Ebola Doc Thinks the City OverreactedIn an interview with WNYC.
  22. Airline Passenger Hospitalized With Ebola-Like Symptoms in New JerseyShe worked with Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.
  23. Ebola Outbreak Slows in West Africa, Leaving U.S.-Built Treatment Centers EmptyBut the disease could still make a comeback.
  24. British Nurse Infected With Ebola Isn’t Doing WellPauline Cafferkey’s condition has been downgraded to “critical.”
  25. Health-Care Worker Diagnosed With Ebola in Glasgow She had reportedly just returned from Sierra Leone. 
  26. The Grinch Stole Christmas in Sierra LeoneAnd by the grinch, we mean Ebola.
  27. American Health-Care Worker Who May Have Ebola Arrives in AtlantaThe unnamed patient may have contracted the virus while working in West Africa.
  28. Snyderman Sorry for Violating Ebola Quarantine She was hungry, okay?
  29. U.S. Ebola Survivors Grateful This Thanksgiving for Plasma Donor DocThey thanked him during a Today show appearance.
  30. Now We All Can Worry About the Plague for a WeekPlague is back, back again …
  31. Medical Workers Are Avoiding New York and New Jersey’s Ebola QuarantinesThe toilet-free tent figures heavily in their travel plans.
  32. Thieves in Guinea Probably Didn’t Mean to Steal a Bag Full of Ebola BloodBut that’s what they did.
  33. Brooklyn Man Being Tested for Ebola Probably Doesn’t Have EbolaCarry on.
  34. DHS Won’t Force Tourists From Ebola-Stricken Countries to Go HomeThey’ll be allowed to stay for 18 months.
  35. Woman Who Died Suddenly in Brooklyn Tests Negative for EbolaShe had recently traveled to West Africa.
  36. Doctor Infected With Ebola Dies at Nebraska Medical CenterHe contracted the virus while treating patients in his native Sierra Leone.
  37. Another Ebola-Infected Doctor Arrives in Nebraska Dr. Martin Salia, a permanent resident of the United States, contracted the virus in Sierra Leone.
  38. Doctor Who Contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone Will Be Treated in NebraskaThe man is a permanent U.S. resident.
  39. The Dallas Ebola Patient’s Fiancée Has a Book DealIn bookstores Order online this April.
  40. Dallas Ebola Victim’s Family Reaches a Settlement With HospitalThe undisclosed sum will go to his family and to a foundation to fight Ebola in Liberia.
  41. More Than 5,160 Dead From Ebola OutbreakStill no end in sight.
  42. U.S. Nurses to Strike Today Over Ebola Safety ConcernsHospitals still don’t have enough protective equipment for Ebola treatment.
  43. As First Quarantine Ends, Mali Reports Second Ebola Death A nurse died after treating a man with Ebola-like symptoms.
  44. New York’s (Former) Ebola Patient Hugs His Way Out of the Hospital After 19 days at Bellevue, Dr. Craig Spencer was given a clean bill of health.
  45. New York Ebola Doc Now Free of EbolaAnd no, you still don’t have it.
  46. Rebellious, Ebola-Free Nurse Is Getting Out of Maine Just don’t go to Jersey, Kaci Hickox.
  47. Ebola Nurse Defends Flight: ‘I Would Not Take Ebola to My Family’She checked with the CDC and “got the okay every single time.”
  48. NYC’s Ebola-Infected Doctor Now Well Enough to Be Mocked by Hospital StaffThey’re not Bowie fans.
  49. Kentucky Teacher Resigns Over Parents’ Dumb Ebola FearsThey wanted to quarantine her over a trip to East Africa.
  50. Ebola-Infected Doctor Seems to Be Getting BetterSome positive news.
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