A barrier blocks off the entrance to the St. Georg hospital, where an Ebola patient has died, in Leipzig, Germany, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. The 56-year old United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite "intensive medical procedures," the German hospital said Tuesday. (AP Photo/dpa, Jan Woitas)
A barrier blocks off the entrance to the St. Georg hospital, where an Ebola patient has died, in Leipzig, Germany, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. The 56-year old United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite "intensive medical procedures," the German hospital said Tuesday. (AP Photo/dpa, Jan Woitas) AP
A barrier blocks off the entrance to the St. Georg hospital, where an Ebola patient has died, in Leipzig, Germany, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. The 56-year old United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite "intensive medical procedures," the German hospital said Tuesday. (AP Photo/dpa, Jan Woitas) AP

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