dertWith increasing frequency, international health authorities are warning that developed nations will seek to isolate the West African nations affected by the current Ebola outbreak, effectively abandoning tens of thousands of Africans to suffer death by Ebola.  Despite the efforts to quarantine “hot zones” in the West African outbreak, the World Health Organization declared in a press advisory Monday that Ebola is “expanding exponentially” in West Africa, with the problem so severe in Liberia that WHO warned the disease is surging, with many thousands of new cases expected in country over the coming three weeks. Sierra Leone is about to join Liberia in imposing a nationwide curfew as part of an effort to establish a quarantine of areas affected by Ebola in a failing effort to contain the spread of the disease. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf lifted the quarantine imposed on the West Point shanty-town after protests from the residents turned violent, but the nightly curfew remains in place. Only the hours have been changed, from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m., instead of 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. More