How to prepare for a possible Ebola virus outbreak

Experts say the virus is not a threat to the U.S. and that it’s too soon to tell how widespread the outbreak will be.

But it could be a real problem if it becomes widespread, experts say.

That’s because the virus does not spread through the air and, unlike other airborne viruses, it is not contained by a protective cocoon.

That means that as soon as the virus becomes widespread in the U and its effects reach the U., it could cause widespread illness.

In the United States, there is no protective coconuts around, so it’s unlikely that an outbreak could occur.

Experts said they are still waiting to see how widespread an outbreak will become and how widespread it will be, but they say they believe the virus could be more widespread than expected and that we should prepare to have a real impact on the epidemic.

They also said it would be wise to have an outbreak at home, but that is also a long way off.

CDC officials are asking for your help.

To help spread the word, they are urging people to call the American Red Cross hotline at 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit their website at www.redcross.org.

They are also offering free lab testing to anyone who has contact with an Ebola patient and has not been diagnosed with Ebola.

For more information about Ebola, visit www.cdc.gov/ebsa or call 1-877-939-4237.