The European Union on Thursday came up with another $31 million to fight Ebola, as the bloc’s leaders continued to create a $1.26 Billion fund to fight the deadly virus that killed close to 5,000 people.
British Prime Minister David Cameron set that target last week, ahead of Thursday’s start of a two-day EU leaders summit. The group’s total anti-Ebola commitments are now over halfway to that goal.
Britain says it has committed $200 million toward fighting Ebola. That’s more than any other EU nation.
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