Thank goodness- the worst did not happen in the USA. Or a lot of other places.
But as this sound and really pretty hopeful article keeps repeating- now is not the time to relax. Rather it's the time try to get ahead of the virus.
Ebola cases are currently stabilizing in Guinea and Liberia; but accelerating (after a drop) in Sierra Leone. "The exact causes of the lull are unclear." The perpetual frustration of epidemiologists; pathogens can surge, and recede- without any obvious reasons. In this case one factor may be burial customs- the people in the epidemic areas have actually changed the practices, because of education on the risks. People apparently can be taught. That's hopeful, all on its own.
The long range risks are still there, alas. With thousands still sick, and thousands of survivors sent home but possibly still infectious via semen or breast milk, the virus still has the largest chance it has ever had to get out of Africa- and into India; China; Europe...
So; fingers crossed. Yes, we could actually get lucky. But- I'd rather not rely on luck, when a virus is involved.