How to stop Ebola and stop the spread
Public health experts have told the BBC that they are confident that the new virus will be contained by the end of the month.
They say that the coronavirus has already killed more than 11,000 people and has infected more than 3.5 million.
However, the World Health Organisation (WHO) is currently warning that the virus will spread more rapidly, in large part because the pandemic has seen the closure of a major hospital in the capital, London.
This has led to a spike in new cases of Ebola, with the new cases now at around 1,000 a day, according to the WHO.
The virus, which has been spreading among people from Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, has infected around 3,000 in the UK so far.
In the UK, there are currently around 40,000 Ebola patients in isolation, with an estimated 500 being on a ventilator and about 2,000 still at high risk.
The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire reports from London.