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The 2014 Ebola epidemic affecting multiple countries in West Africa is the largest in history. The disease itself is not new to us but having Ebola patients on U.S. and Nebraska soil is.
We understand people have questions and concerns and we have numerous resources available to help Nebraskans sort out fact from fiction and simplify the science.
Learn what Nebraska Public Health is doing.
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