As long as the number of infected people rises exponentially, the likelihood of exporting Ebola to other countries does as well, they said.
    
"The disease itself hasn't changed, with essentially the same fatality rate and transmissibility as ever. What is different is the number of sickened individuals," said Dr Allen Hunt, professor at Wright State University in US.     

"If trends continue a few more months, the global community could be forced into a terrible ethical dilemma either risking the escape of Ebola to other poor, war-torn countries, or sealing off borders to countries in West Africa, with unimaginable humanitarian consequences," said Hunt.
    
The Study was published in the journal Complexity.

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