Alarming rise in Ebola instances projected New estimates by the global world Health Firm and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Avoidance are warning that the amount of Ebola cases could soar dramatically in the weeks and months forward. The CDC says that unless attempts to curb the outbreak are ramped up considerably and quickly, the disease could infect up to 1 1.4 million people by mid-January in two nations, Sierra Leone and Liberia, alone. Since the first cases were reported half a year ago, the official tally of instances in West Africa has reached around 5,800 illnesses and over 2,800 deaths.Minor neonatal morbidity increased in both groups , however the increases were smaller sized in the intervention group . Main neonatal morbidity decreased considerably in the intervention group as compared with the control group . The effect of the intervention on main neonatal morbidity remained significant after exclusion of preterm births and were similar in females with low-risk pregnancies and the ones with high-risk pregnancies , however the effect was not significant in ladies with low-risk pregnancies .