Affected Countries Ebola Outbreak Pressed Check Host - World Health Organization urged countries affected by outbreaks of Ebola to check out all the people who will be out of the country. WHO said checks by scanning should be done at international airports, seaports and land borders.
Anyone who looks experiencing symptoms of the disease should be prevented from weeks to take a trip abroad.
Several airlines have suspended routes to guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the countries most severely affected by Ebola deadly plague, which still has not found a cure.
Cameroon has closed the border by land, sea and air with Nigeria in the effort to prevent the spread of Ebola .
Disease that has killed more then 1.000 people in west Africa and the majority of victims in Nigeria. A minister of Cameroon, ISAA Thiroma Bakary said prevention is batter than treatment.
Meanwhile, Liberia recognizes 17 people who allegedly exposed to Ebola "disappear" after a community health center in the capital looted. The government tried to convince the people by saying the patient was transferred to another health facility.
But Information Minister Lewis BROWN told the BBC , 17 patients "have returned to the community."