Ebola in the United States
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Two Americans diagnosed with Ebola virus

Ebola in the United States
With all involved wearing full protective gear, a man believed to be Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly is helped from an ambulance at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta in August. (Associated Press / WSB-TV Atlanta)
Ambulance Driver
The driver of the ambulance believed to be carrying Dr. Kent Brantly from Dobbins Air Reserve Base outside Atlanta to Emory University Hospital wears mask, gloves and a protective suit. (John Bazemore / Associated Press)
Ambulance departs Dobbins Air Reserve Base
An ambulance carrying Dr. Kent Brantly, an American physician who contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia, departs Dobbins Air Reserve Base outside Atlanta headed for Emory University Hospital, where Brantly will be treated in an isolation unit. (John Bazemore / Associated Press)
American Ebola patient returns to US
An ambulance transporting Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly arrives at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. (Erik S. Lesser / EPA)
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A banner warning Liberians about the Ebola virus stretches over a street in Monrovia. (Abbas Dulleh / Associated Press)
Ebola in Liberia
Liberian nurses in protective clothing prepare bodies of Ebola victims for burial in Monrovia, Liberia, on Friday. (Ahmed Jallanzo / EPA)
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Americans Nancy Writebol, left, seen with her husband, and Dr. Kent Brantly, right, were diagnosed with the Ebola virus while working in Liberia.  (Joni Byker / SIM)
Hospital isolation room
The two Americans who will be treated for Ebola at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta will stay in specially equipped isolation rooms like this one. (Jack Kearse / Emory University)
Ebola in the United States
Emory University Hospital in Atlanta prepares to receive American patients sickened by Ebola in August.  (Erik S. Lesser / European Pressphoto Agency)
Dr. Kent Brantly
Dr. Kent Brantly speaks with a patient in Liberia this year. (Joni Byker / Samaritan’s Purse)
Nancy Writebol
Nancy Writebol, shown with Liberian children in 2013, is one of two Americans working for an aid group there that have been diagnosed with Ebola.  (Family photo)
‘Pray for Kent’
A sign at Southside Church of Christ in Fort Worth offers support for congregation member Dr. Kent Brantly, who is being treated for Ebola. (Ben Noey Jr. / Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Dr. Kent Brantly
Dr. Kent Brantly working in Liberia this year. Brantly has been diagnosed with Ebola virus, and his condition is said to have worsened. (Joni Byker / Samaritan’s Purse)
Dr. Kent Brantly
Dr. Kent Brantly with a protective suit while working with Ebola patients in Liberia. (Joni Byker / Samaritan’s Purse)
Dr. Kent Brantly
A clinic for Ebola patients in Liberia. (Joni Byker / Samaritan’s Purse)
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