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Spanish nurse infected with Ebola
A nurse in Spain was identified with the Ebola virus on Monday. The nurse had worked with a priest who died from Ebola, according to NBC. He came in contact with the virus while doing missionary work. The 30 people working at the hospital in Spain who came into contact with the nurse will be observed for the next 21 days, according to NBC. On Monday, President Obama said although an epidemic of the disease within the United States is not likely, he called for new protocols to stop the spread of the deadly virus, according to CNN. The six people with Ebola in the United States came in contact with the disease in South Africa.