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Local universities consider transport to Ebola-stricken countries

By Dick Uliano

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WASHINGTON — At slightest one university in a area has dangling investigate and research
programs in West Africa since of a new Ebola outbreak.

Georgetown University has instituted a proxy anathema on transport by students,
faculty and staff to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone — a areas tough strike by the
Ebola outbreak.

The Centers for Disease Control has urged all Americans to equivocate nonessential
travel to a 3 African nations in a midst of a health crisis.

Georgetown is also reassessing a scheduled to outing to Ghana — also in West Africa
– by a tiny series of people in a School of Nursing and Health Studies.

Currently, a University of Maryland, College Park has no programs in a West
African nations strike tough by Ebola, though there are Maryland students in 4 other
African nations — Ghana, Morrocco, Mozambique and South Africa.

University orator Lee Tune says a propagandize is closely monitoring a Ebola
crisis.

While also closely examination a illness outbreak, Howard University officials say
its investigate programs in Nigeria are being entirely implemented.

Officials during George Washington and George Mason universities, and a Catholic
University of America contend they have no programs in a Ebola-stricken West African
nations.

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