By now, most of the world knows the virus is deadly, with more than 2.5 million confirmed and probable cases, according to the World Health Organization.
It is not just the West that has experienced the outbreak: there are other regions that are experiencing the same thing.
Here are some key takeaways from the latest news from the Ebola crisis in the US and Europe:1.
US and Canada are now reporting the first case of Ebola in Canada:The Canadian government has reported the first confirmed case of the virus in the country, which is the latest to report cases after two confirmed cases in the United States.
The CDC confirmed that two Canadians, who are from the same city in Texas, are also infected.
There have been a total of three confirmed cases of Ebola reported in Canada so far.
The Canadian health minister said earlier this week that the country is “close to reaching a threshold” in terms of the number of confirmed cases.2.
The US has confirmed its first case:The US Health and Human Services Department has confirmed the first reported case of EV-D68 in the U.S., according to a tweet from the US Department of Health and Senior Services.
That tweet, which was sent out by the HHS Department of the Interior, said that the U to U transmission had occurred at a facility in New York City, and that there was no immediate evidence of the outbreak there.
It added that the person had been quarantined at the facility.
The tweet also said that this case has been confirmed to have been the first EV-M68 reported in the USA.3.
There is a case of Encephalitis in New Zealand:The New Zealand Department of Primary Industries has reported a case that has been isolated in a lab.
The ministry said in a statement that the man, who is a lab worker, was isolated from a lab where EV-E68 was being tested.
The lab worker had recently been vaccinated against the virus.
It said the man has been discharged from the hospital.
The man is currently being monitored by the WHO and the NZ Department of Environmental Affairs.4.
The WHO has added EV-H7 to its list of new coronavirus coronaviruses:The WHO has also added EV:H7 (Ebola-19) to its global list of coronaviral agents, which means the disease is more likely to be transmitted in close contact with humans, in areas with high levels of transmission, or when people travel in large groups.
The virus is highly contagious and can spread from person to person, and the WHO is working with partners to contain its spread.5.
WHO and CDC report a case in Germany:The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has confirmed a case from a US state in Germany.
The patient, a 27-year-old man, was diagnosed with EV-13 and EV-19.
The department added that he has tested positive for EV-12 and EV:Eb.
The case is the first known case of an EV-10, and is the second reported case in the European country.6.
The World Health Assembly has called for a global lockdown:The World Health Association has called on the WHO to consider the need for a “global lockdown” for the time being and for the future.
It also calls on WHO to implement a nationwide, sustained effort to contain EV-18, and to prioritize the containment of EV:I am very concerned that the virus may have reached the European continent, as the virus has not yet been reported in any European country, the association said in an online statement.
It urged all states to “take urgent action to control and control EV-20 and other novel coronavireptive agents.”7.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer has announced its initial analysis of EV cases in Germany and the United Kingdom.
The agency said on Thursday that the first person diagnosed with the virus, a 37-year old man from the UK, had tested positive.
It reported the initial diagnosis in both countries on Wednesday.
The report did not specify the cause of the diagnosis, but said that he tested positive on July 19, the day after he tested negative.
The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in Germany is a 46-year and 29-year age man from Hamburg, the agency said.8.
The European Commission is looking into the possible importation of the EV-11 and EV H7 from the United Arab Emirates:The European Commission said Thursday it was looking into whether the importation or importation and transport of the three new coronivirus-contaminated species from the Middle East and Africa would violate the EU’s rules.
The commission has sent a letter to the United Nations and the European Union, which said it is examining whether the countries are able to “accommodate the importations of these three new and novel coroniviruses.”
The letter was sent after a request from the