Obama: U.S takes lead on Ebola fight
After a briefing form the staff of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, President Barack Obama announced a major increase in the U.S respond to the out break of Ebola in West Africa. Obama with send troops, materials to build hospitals and community care kits. Many families fill taxis in search of help because they believe they've been infected with Ebola. They have been traveling in search of a clinic to care for them but none have space. "Today, there is not one single bed available for treatment of an Ebola patient in the entire county of Liberia" said Margret Chan, the world healths organization director-general. The virus has killed over 2400 people, and thousands more infected. They are now discovering cases of the infection in Nigeria and Senegal.