The Ebola news is not great. I'm a little more worried than previously; enough that I have added the WHO reports URL to my news menu bar, and check it daily. This is where most of the press get their update information; and if you look at this one from yesterday, you'll see that - the press is not passing on the news: Ebola now in Congo; different strain.
Also; the Washington Post is reporting research from Harvard that the mutation rate in the main outbreak is "very high".
And the BBC reports that the WHO expects 20,000 cases before they can bring the outbreak "under control". We're a little under 3,000 cases right now. That's a big expansion.
All that adds up to significantly increased risks that the virus may become more transmissible; and also that the virus may escape much further away from current sites. Maybe into a big city.
The fact that the press is not putting all this together, and passing it all on quickly - indicates official actions to suppress news, and decrease panic potential - so you can't believe what they're telling you.
So; as before; pay attention.