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Frieden said"We will be there hands on within hours helping hospitals with the situation if there is another case" he saidThe nurse who contracted Ebola from the Liberian patient Thomas Eric Duncan in a Texas hospital said on Tuesday she was doing well while Frieden said 76 people were still being monitored in the Dallas areaProspects for a quick end to the contagion fell as the World Health Organization predicted West Africa could produce as many as 10000 new cases per week by DecemberUS President Barack Obama addressing defense chiefs from about 20 countries said "the world as a whole is not doing enough" to combat the hemorrhagic fever and must stop it at its sourceThe nurse 26-year-old Vietnamese-American Nina Pham became the first person infected by Ebola in the United States while caring for Duncan for much of his 11 days at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas He died on Oct 8Pham received a transfusion on Monday containing antibodies to fight the virus according to a Roman Catholic priest in Pham’s congregation Duncan did not receive one because he did not match the donor’s blood typeChristian relief group Samaritan’s Purse has said that Kent Brantly a doctor who survived an Ebola infection donated plasma to Pham“I’m doing well and want to thank everyone for their kind wishes and prayers" Pham said in a statement released by the hospital "I am blessed by the support of family and friends"The CDC’s Frieden said at a news conference that 48 people who had potential contact with Duncan "have passed through the highest risk period" for developing Ebola symptoms He said 76 people who may have come into contact with Duncan after he was hospitalized on Sept 28 now were being monitored That group includes Pham and other health workers and hospital staffThe hospital has been criticized for not admitting Duncan the first time he sought help days after arriving in the United States from Liberia one of the worst-hit countries along with Sierra Leone and Guinea He returned days later in an ambulance "We did send some expertise in infection control but I think . we could have sent a more robust hospital infection control team and been more hands on" Frieden said on TuesdayHe said two nurses from Emory University’s Serious Communicable Disease Unit are now on the ground working with the Dallas hospital on the proper use of personal protective gearFrieden is recommending that the hospital limit the number of staff who care for the nurse so that people who treat her can become more familiar and more comfortable with using protective gear Nurses groups have demanded better training and guidance on how to use equipment that already includes face shields masks gowns and glovesFrieden has come under pressure over the response and preparedness for Ebola but White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Obama is confident of Frieden’s ability to lead the public health effort He said White House Homeland Security adviser Lisa Monaco "continues to play the role of coordinating the efforts" of all agencies involvedThe World Health Organization (WHO) has called the outbreak the worst on record with at least 4447 deadWHO Assistant Director-General Bruce Aylward said on Tuesday that by the first week in December WHO projections suggest there may be between 5000 and 10000 new cases a week in impoverished Guinea Sierra Leone and LiberiaAylward stressed the difficulty of making accurate predictions WHO said the actual mortality rate is about 70 percent in those countries compared with the roughly 50 percent reported previouslyONE CONTACT WITH NURSEEbola which can cause fever vomiting and diarrhea spreads through contact with bodily fluids such as blood or salivaOne person known to have had close contact with the Dallas nurse Pham has been put under observation in the hospital in case he develops signs of Ebola the CBS Dallas television station reported on TuesdayThe man who has not been identified is an employee of global eye care company Alcon a unit of the drug company Novartis The company was not immediately available to commentWhite House Budget Director Shaun Donovan pressed US lawmakers to speed up funds to fight Ebola including the remaining $250 million in requested Defense Department money under review"The rapid spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa shows that time is of the essence Given the nature of this crisis every minute counts" Donovan wrote in an Oct 10 letter to Appropriations Chairman Harold Rogers and ranking Democrat Nita LoweyMeanwhile the family who shared an apartment with Duncan after he arrived in Texas is showing no signs of illness Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said on CNNThe infection of the Dallas nurse is the second known to have occurred outside West Africa since the outbreak that began in March It follows the transmission of the virus to a Spanish nurse in Madrid who helped treat a missionary who was repatriated from Sierra Leone and died of Ebola The nurse was slightly better on Tuesday and remains the only known case in SpainAt a meeting with the Herald editorial board Thursday Ed Schafer said that’s why he’s having departments identify priorities and efficiencies when looking at long-term solutions for an additional $95 million in cuts required by the governor’s office because of a forecast decrease in state revenue"A hundred times I’ve said the problem was not because we didn’t get the revenue the problem was we spent too much money" he saidMore stories on UND budget cuts: Schafer said the university had planned for more tuition revenue for the 2015-17 biennium but a legislative cap on tuition rates left a hole in the budget"We didn’t make the proper adjustments to match the expenditures to revenue when we knew what the revenues were" he saidSchafer replaced former President Robert Kelley in January and though he signed a contract to work until June he now wishes he could stay one more year because he has grown attached to the university and as he said his wife Nancy puts it he feels a sense of ownership"I’m confident the new president Mark Kennedy is going to move the university forward in a proper manner" he saidSchafer said every line item is being considered as the university works to reshape the budget to fund priorities something he sees as a long-term solution"We can limp along . we can do everything for everybody and have everybody happy and a bunch of programs or we can make some critical adjustments at the university that in my opinion allow you to raise up the focus on excellent and priority programs and internally generate the dollars to fund those programs" he saidCuts comingBefore the decision to cut the men’s golf and baseball teams next fall Schafer said he was shocked by how many teams UND hasOther programs are also on the line such as student news program Studio One and a handful of programs in the College of Arts and Sciences including music therapySchafer said while music therapy breaks even financially it’s not a priority for the future because the industry is moving toward requiring a master’s degree a program UND isn’t going to createHe also said there are those who fear North Dakota State University will start one"I hope NDSU picks it up" Schafer said "I really do It’s a good program It’s a good program for North Dakota How are they going to do it Are they going to say it’s a higher priority than one of the programs they’re delivering right now Are they going to go to the Legislature and say ‘Give me more money to operate music therapy’ "NDSU as a state entity also dealing with budget cuts is looking at one-time solutions to address $64 million while sustaining programs and faculty positions Delaying the Grand Challenge research initiative makes up $32 million of the cutsSchafer said he’s not complaining about how other universities are making up the cuts but his look at the big picture"I want the future of the university to say ‘We have enough we’re doing well we’re invested in the future’ " he said "We’ve got salaries the students have great learning opportunities and the facilities are good and by the way we have some money to invest in new things over here That’s the University of North Dakota I’m looking for"While some faculty reacted to news of athletic team cuts by asking for more transparency Schafer said he has had trouble getting the data necessary to set priorities from some within the university"It’s frustrating to me to face that the accusation we’re not giving them what they want when what they’re really saying is you’re not letting us make the decisions and when we’re trying to get information to help make the decisions it’s hard to get" he saidPrioritiesSchafer said he’s committed to funding salaries so employees will see 3 percent average raises He’s also committed to not increasing tuitionOther factors being considered during the budgeting process are high salaries for employees who have held elevated positions in the past but don’t any longerAnother aspect in the cuts will be class size though Schafer said some classes with very low enrollment will be kept because they’re key in meeting critical needs"Fund the top priority to the full extent and go down the line" he said "Well then what’s left when you run out of money Those five-person classes"Interim UND Vice President for University and Public Affairs Peter Johnson said class enrollment caps will increase universitywideSchafer also said the profile of a college student is changing something he said is having an effect on the number of students physically on campus and in dorms"It’s a piece and it’s a piece where society is going" he said "People are long-distance learners now"With Johnson stepping into an interim vice president role this month after the departure of Susan Walton Schafer said the department is going to be reworked and there won’t be a search to fill the position In an email Johnson said the discussion has been very general but it is an opportunity to look at his division to see how it can be more effective"When the cycle comes back and money comes back we invest in the future not play catch-up for what we did in past years" Schafer said Louis River at Scanlon just before the bridge over the river. 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