U.S. National Security Adviser: U.S. Working With African Nations To Stop Ebola

(Undated) — The U.S. National Security Adviser says the U.S. is working with West African nations to slow the Ebola outbreak. Adviser Susan Rice spoke to NBC’s “Today” this morning.

The second American who contracted Ebola while in Liberia, Nancy Writebol of North Carolina, is expected to arrive in Atlanta today to receive treatment at Emory University Hospital. Rice says there’s a low risk of the deadly virus spreading in America.
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U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice tells NBC’s “Today” Ebola spreading throughout America like it has in West Africa is unlikely.

While speaking to NBC’s “Today,” Rice explains how Ebola can be spread.

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