UN Not On-Track to Meet Goal for Curbing Ebola

Ebola Infections Actually Rising in Sierra Leone



Despite the creation of new treatment centers and the U.S. deploying troops to help combat the Ebola crisis, the United Nations is not on-track to reach its goal for curbing the outbreak. Back in October, the UN set a goal of isolating seven out of ten cases of the Ebola virus by Dec. 1, but right now, only 23 percent of cases are being isolated in Liberia and 40 percent in Sierra Leone. New infections are declining in Guinea but they’re actually rising in Sierra Leone.

ABC News correspondent Tom Rivers joined Your Wake Up Call Monday morning with the latest: