How to get around the Ebola outbreak in the United States

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified more than 1,800 people who have contracted Ebola in the U.K., France and the United Arab Emirates.

The first two cases of the virus were reported Monday in the cities of Leeds, England and Oxford, England, but the virus has since spread to the West Midlands, Birmingham, Derby, Leeds, Bradford, Bradford and Oxford.

The U.N. estimates at least 1,846 people have contracted the virus in the region.

The virus has also spread to Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which has the highest number of cases in Europe.

The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control says more than 10,000 people have been tested for the virus.

The disease has spread through the U!


through flights, air travel and through direct contact with infected patients.

The CDC says the virus was first identified in the Middle East and was first detected in the UK on Monday.

The UK has seen a surge in cases.

It has reported an average of 476 new cases per day since Monday.

It is now the most active month of the outbreak in Europe and the first month since the end of March that more than 800 people have died.