Germany is urging its nationals to leave West African countries affected by the Ebola outbreak.
The government's crisis management group met this morning to discuss West Africa and the Ebola virus. It decided to request all German citizens in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia to leave.
The spokesman added that the request does not apply to medical workers or German diplomatic staff and embassies will remain open.
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