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The latest outbreak of the Ebola virus has infected people throughout West Africa, with cases already reported in Guinea, Liberia, and Mali (http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/04/06/ebola-virus-west-africa/7314875/). This question will be resolved exclusively according to the World Health Organization's Global Alert and Response page for the Ebola virus, http://www.who.int/csr/don/archive/disease/ebola/en/, as of noon ET on 9 May 2014. *Additional refers to countries with no reported cases of Ebola in the 2014 outbreak as of 9 April that report at least one case of the virus after that date (e.g., Guinea, Liberia, and Mali do not count). *Cases refer to reports cited on the above WHO page; the language used to describe the classification of a case is irrelevant (e.g., suspected, confirmed, clinically compatible) as is how the disease is referenced (e.g., Ebola, EVD, or viral haemorrhagic fever, the group of illnesses to which Ebola belongs until confirmed http://www.who.int/topics/haemorrhagic_fevers_viral/en/). Forecasting problem outcomes will be determined by the Administrator using the aforementioned World Health Organization page. Should the site experience significant technical difficulties or impediments to reporting, additional credible open sources may be used. Administrator reserves judgment as to which sources are deemed credible. If nothing is reported on the WHO site or in a credible open source, then the "status quo" outcome (i.e., no additional countries have reported cases of the Ebola virus) typically will be assumed. In cases of substantial controversy or uncertainty about an outcome or the credibility of a source, Administrator may take various steps, such as referring the question to outside subject matter experts or declaring the question invalid/void. "As of" should be interpreted to mean at 12:00:00 (noon) ET of the date specified. For example, "as of 10 Oct" means at noon ET on 10 Oct.