Ebola is a big part of the focus at a White House summit on health security around the world.
FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern reports.
Amid the worst Ebola outbreak in generations, President Obama is urging every country to do more to prevent the spread of deadly diseases, so the world is not caught flat-footed.
(President Obama) "Nobody's that isolated anymore. Oceans don't protect you. Walls don't protect you."
The President speaking at a global health summit at the White House. Health care officials from more than 40 nations are attending. The U.S. has sent three thousand military personnel to West Africa to lead the relief effort.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.