While there have only been four confirmed cases of Ebola in the United States, public concern about the potential spread of the virus has been growing rapidly. Most experts agree that the U.S. health system is well-equipped to contain Ebola, which spreads only through direct contact with the bodily fluids of a person who is both infected and symptomatic. However, until the virus is contained in the three West African countries where it currently resides (Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea), the U.S. will probably continue to see “imported” cases of Ebola from these countries.

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