President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered remarks at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on the Ebola virus. Obama received a briefing on the outbreak in West Africa, discussed the U.S. response, and thanked the scientists, doctors and health care workers who are helping those affected by the disease at home and around the world.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered remarks at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on the Ebola virus. Obama received a briefing on the outbreak in West Africa, discussed the U.S. response, and thanked the scientists, doctors and health care workers who are helping those affected by the disease at home and around the world. HYOSUB SHIN MCT
President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered remarks at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on the Ebola virus. Obama received a briefing on the outbreak in West Africa, discussed the U.S. response, and thanked the scientists, doctors and health care workers who are helping those affected by the disease at home and around the world. HYOSUB SHIN MCT

U.S. to help curb Ebola crisis in West Africa

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