A Nigerian port health official uses a thermometer on a worker at the arrivals hall of Murtala Mohammad International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria August 6, 2014. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
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Nigeria's Lagos has 10 confirmed cases of Ebola, up from seven at the last count, although only two so far have died, including the Liberian who brought the virus in, the health minister said Monday.The West African Ebola outbreak is the worst in history and the World Health Organization said Friday that it represents an international health emergency that will likely continue spreading for months.The Nigerian Red Cross said it had provided 18 volunteers to work with the authorities to educate people on how Ebola is spread.
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