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But non-essential FIFA-run courses should be postponed in the affected states, according to the International Federation of Football Associations' Medical Committee, pledging the help of FIFA paramedics in bringing "the power of football" to convey important messages in the World Health Organization (WHO) struggle to confront the contagion.
“We will contact and collaborate with WHO to explore possible effective actions to tackle the Ebola prevention,” said FIFA Chief Medical Officer Professor Jiri Dvorak.
Meanwhile, fixtures in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea have been banned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). But FIFA has given a continued go-ahead for Morocco to host the sport's World Cup this December.