Ebola outbreak could be worst yet, health experts fear

04/6/2014 | CBS News

The Ebola outbreak that has killed 88 people in Guinea and Liberia could keep spreading, health officials warn, because finding and isolating all exposed individuals is a difficult task, especially with poor infrastructure and a suspicious public. Guinea is working to stop the spread of Ebola in part by banning the sale of bushmeat from apes, bats and monkeys -- possible sources of the virus -- and by educating the public about other ways to prevent infection.

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