How to find out how many people in your community are infected with Ebola virus
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In a few hours, more than 5,000 people in the United States will be in isolation, and more than 10,000 have tested positive for the virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The new CDC numbers come just two days after President Donald Trump declared a nationwide lockdown at the federal government and state level.
In the US, the state of Texas has already announced that it will not allow people to leave the state for a week and that it is suspending all federal travel to the United State.
The lockdown was imposed in response to the coronavirus outbreak, which has killed more than 2,500 people and infected at least 1,400, according the World Health Organization.
The state of California, which was already on lockdown, announced that people will be allowed to leave on Thursday.
It is expected to stay closed until Tuesday.
The CDC says that the outbreak has infected more than 6,000 Americans and is spreading across the country.
Many of those infected in the US have come from the African nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
The number of new cases, as well as deaths, have been growing.
The latest data shows that there are at least 2,852 new confirmed cases and at least 4,872 deaths across the US and at the end of the week, more Americans will be infected.
As of Thursday, the CDC had reported that it had collected nearly 6.8 million Ebola cases and 1,934 deaths.
The country with the highest rate of new confirmed Ebola cases is the US of A, with nearly 3,000 cases.
In addition to those in the USA, more countries in Africa have reported cases than in the rest of the world.
The World Health Organisation says that at least 100 countries have reported Ebola cases.
The outbreak has led to a huge drop in life expectancy for some African countries.
The WHO says that life expectancy in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra and Sierra Leone is the highest in the world, while the US is second with an average life expectancy of 79.7 years.
As the Ebola outbreak continues, the World Bank says that poverty, high rates of unemployment, poor health care and lack of access to health care are among the factors that are driving the outbreak.
In a few hours, more than 5,000 people in the United States will be in isolation, and more than 10,000…