Keeping readers updated on the Ebola crisis

Wikimedia Commons/CDC

An electron micrograph of a single Ebola virus.

I regularly updated readers of Now! on what was happening with regards to the Ebola epidemic, which swept through certain countries in north-west Africa and caused panic in the West after the first diagnosis in the United States.

Here are links to those updates:

7 November 2014: Ebola Update: Facebook Adds Donation Button (This piece is no longer available online)
29 October 2014: Ebola Update: DEC’s First Appeal for Help (This piece is no longer available online)
24 October 2014: Ebola: Panic in New York (This piece is no longer available online)
22 October 2014: Ebola Update: WHO Fast-Tracks Vaccines, Serums (This piece is no longer available online)
17 October 2014: SA’s Afcon Ebola Concerns Valid
16 October 2014: Ebola: Food Crisis, Supply Shortages at the Fore (This piece is no longer available online)
15 October 2014: Second Ebola Diagnosis Exposes Issues (This piece is no longer available online)
13 October 2014: Panic After New Ebola Case in Dallas
2 October 2014: Ebola Update: The Next Step (This piece is no longer available online)

Here‘s an opinion piece I wrote on the situation.

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