Health workers had to wear very protective gear when they were near or helping those who were infected with the virus. They wore thick, heavy rubber gloves, plastic suits, masks, and goggles.
Sources say that the government plans to spend $750 million dollars on treatment centers in Africa to help solve this problem.
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