booThe official Ebola death count during the current outbreak is reportedly hovering around 5,000, but the World Health Organization (WHO) says this number is likely far too low. Based on assessments of cases not reported, the United Nations arm says the actual number of Ebola deaths is likely three times higher than what is being reported, or about 15,000. WHO estimates that the real number of Ebola cases in all three of the worst-hit countries is significantly higher than the official count. In Guinea, it is believed to be 1.5 times higher, while in Sierra Leone officials estimate the number to be double what is being reported. And in Liberia, the true number of cases is believed to be 2.5 times higher; this bumps the number of deaths up into the double-digit thousands. More