WHO Watches for Ebola Infections in Congo The World Health Organization sends an emergency medical team to the Republic of Congo to watch for human infections, after the Ebola virus claims entire families of gorillas. NPR's Alex Chadwick reports.
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WHO Watches for Ebola Infections in Congo

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WHO Watches for Ebola Infections in Congo

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WHO Watches for Ebola Infections in Congo

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The World Health Organization sends an emergency medical team to the Republic of Congo to watch for human infections, after the Ebola virus claims entire families of gorillas. NPR's Alex Chadwick reports.