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Theyre not going to jail" The State Department said the hospital employee who boarded a cruise ship from Galveston TX did not have direct contact with Duncan but "may have processed the since deceased patients fluid samples" The unidentified employee who was checked by a doctor on the cruise ship and is self-monitoring does not have any symptoms of illness according to the State Department The employee and his traveling companion have agreed to a self-imposed quarantine in their cruise cabin “We are working with the cruise line to safely bring them back to the United States out of an abundance of caution” read the statement The employee would have come into contact with the sample 19 days ago according to the White House Ebola symptoms can appear 2 to 21 days after initial exposure according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) but on average they manifest 8 to 10 days after the illness is contracted US officials have been rushing to contain the spread of Ebola after two Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurses who treated Duncan Nina Pham and Amber Vinson tested positive for the illness Numerous parties have been trading barbs over where to put blame for the infection of the two nurses and for the growing number of people who are believed to have come into contact with them and Duncan National Nurses United a union not affiliated with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has excoriated both the hospital and the CDC for failing to enact proper standards for treating the contagious patient and for keeping the hospital’s nursing staff safe Daniel Varga senior vice president of Texas Health Resources which owns Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Thursday apologized to a House committee for the hospital’s failure to diagnose Duncan with Ebola sooner But the hospital has bristled at charges that it failed to protect its nurses and in a statement on Thursday put fault with the CDC for constantly changing its guidelines and failing to set clear protocols for treating Duncan US lawmakers at the House hearing on Thursday also chastised the CDC for allowing Vinson the second Dallas health worker to test positive for Ebola to fly from Cleveland to Dallas after she self-reported a mild fever but had not yet been diagnosed with the virus Meanwhile the international community is still reeling over how to contain the worldwide spread of Ebola which has killed 4493 people and is believed to have infected 8997 in seven countries according to the most recent WHO estimates The situation in Liberia Guinea and Sierra Leone is "deteriorating with widespread and persistent transmission" the WHO said Wednesday in its latest status update Cases have been spiking in the Guinean capital of Conakry the health organization said On Thursday United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon urged UN member states to donate to the world bodys trust fund for Ebola which currently stands at a lowly $100000all of it from just one nation Colombia and a pathetic fraction of the $1 billion the UN has said it needs to stop the outbreak the BBC reports World governments have in total pledged just $20 million to the fund Read next: Heres Whos Blaming Who for Ebola Write to Elizabeth Barber at [email protected] Barack Obama said Friday that the UK vote to leave the European Union would not change the “special relationship” the country has with the United States Speaking at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University Obama said he had talked to British Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel about working together in the coming months “I do think that yesterday’s vote speaks to the ongoing changes and challenges that are raised by globalization” he said Here are his complete remarks from the summit here: Thank you Hello everybody Thank you so much Thank you Thank you Thank you very much Thank you Everybody have a seat Thank you so much Thank you Thank you so much That is a good-looking group Thank you Well first of all let me thank President Hennessy for the introduction and the entire Stanford family for letting us take over the campus for a few days As some of you know John is stepping down after 16 years as president of Stanford Fortunately for me I cannot do that to just stick around longer than my term limit John I’m sure there are some people who want you to stick around longer but I’ve — I’m confident that you’re going to do extraordinary things and we could not be prouder of John Hennessy and Stanford and all the great work that they have done So please give him a big round of applause (APPLAUSE) Now summer break — just so all of you Stanford is not always this quiet This school is unique Folks ride on bicycles everywhere and athletes are also computer engineers This is the place that made nerd cool So… (APPLAUSE) So we are thrilled to be here I know that I am not the first speaker that you’ve heard from but many of you have traveled here from a long ways We’ve got more than 170 countries from every region in the world represented Some of you this is the first time you are visiting our country So let me just say on behalf of the American people not only welcome to our Global Entrepreneurship Summit but welcome to the United States of America We are glad to have you (APPLAUSE) I am not going to give a long speech because what I really want to do is have a conversation with some outstanding young people who are part of our panel and we’re going to introduce in a moment But I do want to begin by offering some opening thoughts about the time in which we gather here today And I’m going to start with the British people’s decision to leave the European Union the vote that took place yesterday Just a few — a few hours ago I spoke with Prime Minister David Cameron David has been an outstanding friend and partner on the global stage and based on our conversation I’m confident that the UK is committed to an orderly transition out of the EU We agreed that our economic and financial teams will remain in close contact as we stay focused on ensuring economic growth and financial stability I then spoke to Chancellor Merkel of Germany and we agreed that the United States and our European allies will work closely together in the weeks and months ahead I do think that yesterday’s vote speaks to the ongoing changes and challenges that are raised by globalization But while the UK’s relationship with the EU will change one thing that will not change is the special relationship that exists between our two nations That will endure The EU will remain one of our indispensable partners Our NATO alliance will remain a cornerstone of global security and in a few weeks we’ll be meeting in Warsaw for the NATO Summit And our shared values including our commitment to democracy and pluralism and opportunity for all people in a globalized world That will continue to unite all of us And that is the work that brings us here today OBAMA: The world has shrunk It is interconnected; all of you represent that interconnection Many of you are catalyzing it and accelerating it It promises to bring extraordinary benefits But it also has challenges And it also evokes concerns and fears And so part of why this Global Entrepreneurship Summit has been so close to my heart something that I’ve been so committed to is because I believe all of you represent all the upside of an interconnected world — all the optimism and the hope and the opportunity that that interconnected world represents But it’s also important in these discussions to find the ways in which we are expanding and broadening the benefits of that interconnection to more and more people And that’s what so many of you are going You know we’re gathered here at Stanford in the heart of Silicon Valley which is one of the great hubs of innovation and entrepreneurship not just for America but for the world This is a place that celebrates our ability as human beings to discover and learn and to build and question to reimagine to create new ways to connect and work with each other It’s where two guys in a garage Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard launched a global company; where student projects became Yahoo and Google Those were really good student projects (LAUGHTER) My student projects weren’t as good (LAUGHTER) It’s where entrepreneurs like so many of you get an idea and you build a team and you work to turn into a reality and you launch products and companies and entire industries that transform the world That’s the power of entrepreneurship And it’s never been more important In today’s world where our economies have undergone dramatic shifts where businesses don’t stop at borders where technology and automation have transformed virtually every industry and changed how people organize and work entrepreneurship remains the engine of growth — that ability to turn that idea into a reality a new venture a small business that creates good-paying jobs It puts rising economies on the path to prosperity and empowers people to come together and tackle our most pressing global problems from climate change to poverty When people can start their own businesses it helps individuals and families succeed It can make whole communities more prosperous and more secure It offers a positive path for young people seeking the chance to make something of themselves and can empower people who have previously been locked out of the existing social order — women and minorities others who aren’t part of the old boys’ network Give them a chance to contribute and to lead And it can create a culture where innovation and creativity are valued where we don’t just look at the way things have always been but rather say how could things be Why not Let’s make something new This spirit speaks to something deep inside of all of us No matter who we are what we look like where we come from you look out across this auditorium you’re all of different backgrounds and cultures and races and religions Some of you are from teeming cities other of you are — are working in small rural villages But you had that same spark that same creative energy to come up with innovative solutions to old challenges And entrepreneurship is what gives people like you a chance to fulfill your own dreams and create something bigger than yourselves We live in a time when more than half the world is under the age of 30 And that means we’ve got to make sure that all of our young people around the world have the tools they need to start new ventures and to create the jobs of the 21st century and to help lift up entire populations OBAMA: And so many of you are already doing this As I travel around the world one of the extraordinary things that I had the opportunity to do is to meet young people in every region and to see the problem solving and the energy and optimism that they’re bringing to everything from how to generate electricity in environmentally sound ways in remote places that are off the grid right now to how do you employ women in remote areas who all too often have been locked out of opportunity You just see enormous creativity waiting to be tapped And part of our job part of this summit’s job is to make sure that we’re put more tools more resources into the hands of these folks who are changing the world and making sure that all of you know each other so that you can share best practices and ideas and spread the word Now I know that the daily reality is not always as romantic as all this Turns out that starting your own business is not easy You have to have access to capital you have to meet the right people you have to have mentors who can guide you as you get your idea off the ground And that can be especially difficult for women and young people and minorities and others who haven’t always had the same access to networks and opportunities You deserve the same chance to succeed as everybody else We’ve got to make sure that everybody has a fair shot to reach their potential We can’t leave more than half the team on the bench That’s why we’ve invested so much time and effort to make sure that America is helping to empower entrepreneurs like you So we held our first summit back in 2010 Since then we’ve brought entrepreneurs like you together in Turkey and the Emirates and Malaysia Morocco Kenya and all told we’ve helped more than 17000 entrepreneurs and innovators connect with each other access capital find partners and start new ventures 17000 (APPLAUSE) I think of the Tanzanian startup that helps farmers reduce their harvest losses or the company in Nepal that’s helping to improve charity (ph) healthcare There are 11 Cubans who are today the first Cubans to join us in one of these summits (APPLAUSE) Hola Mucho gusto They’re ready to help create new opportunities for the Cuban people Where are they There they are (APPLAUSE) I want to thank Antonio Gracias a leader in private equity and one of our presidential ambassadors for global entrepreneurship because his support was critical in bringing these young Cuban entrepreneurs here So that’s deserving of a hand (APPLAUSE) I’m also pleased to announce that we have a new group of business leaders signing on as entrepreneurship ambassadors This is something that we started as part of the summit and they have put their time energy effort and in some cases their money behind entrepreneurs around the world So our new ambassadors; Sara Blakely CEO of Spanx (APPLAUSE) Jane Wurwand CEO of Dermalogica (APPLAUSE) Stephen Jurvetson partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson And… (APPLAUSE) Patrick Collison CEO of Stripe (APPLAUSE) Now supporting entrepreneurs isn’t just something we do around the world it’s also a key part of how we create jobs and fuel innovation here in the United States That’s why we’re working with communities to streamline the process for launching a company Startup in a day That’s why we’re expanding Innovation Corps our program to equip more scientists and engineers with entrepreneurial skills And it’s why at this summit dozens of top tech companies from giants to startups are committing to make their technology work forces look like America including by publishing data on diversity each year and developing the tech talent of people from all backgrounds We’re very happy for the commitments that they’ve made so give them a big round of applause for that (APPLAUSE) OBAMA: Here at this summit we’re also building on our progress with new commitments from government and business and philanthropists So at last year’s Paris climate talks for example Bill Gates and other top global investors committed to partnering with governments in cutting edge clean energy solutions Today we’re launching an initiative to connect some of these global investors and others with clean energy entrepreneurs from developing countries We’re also announcing the Young Trans-Atlantic Innovation and Leaders Initiative which will bring 200 of Europe’s innovators to the United States each year to develop their skills (APPLAUSE) And we’ve got organizations like Endeavor which supports entrepreneurs starting a $100 million fund to invest in companies across Latin America and the Middle East in Africa and Southeast- Asia (APPLAUSE) Investment firms like Capria Ventures which will help fund international startups So these are just a handful of the commitments and I suspect new ventures that are going to come out of this year’s summit So all of you budding entrepreneurs don’t be shy while you’re here Talk to the experts and make your pitch network with potential investors Find that mentor who might help you navigate through a tough patch connect with your fellow innovators Because ultimately the world needs your creativity and your energy and your vision You are going to be what helps this process of global integration work in a way that is good for everyone and not just some I’ve spoken about this before I believe we are better off in a world in which we are trading and networking and communicating and sharing ideas But that also means that cultures are colliding and sometimes it’s disruptive and people get worried You’re the bridge you’re the glue — particularly the young people who are here who can help lead toward a more peaceful and more prosperous future that provides opportunity for everybody And because this is about more than just this one event or for that matter this one president we’re going to make sure that the United States continues to help developing the next generation of entrepreneurs We are very proud to announce that next year’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit will be hosted in India (APPLAUSE) Got the Indian contingent in the house I’m — you know I’ll try to stop by if I’m invited (LAUGHTER) But the point is I believe in you and America believes in you And we believe that you have the talent and the skills and the ambition not just to pursue your dreams but to realize them that you can lift up not just your own families but communities and countries and create opportunity and prosperity and hope for decades to come That’s the promise that we see in all of you And that is the promise that we see in our outstanding panelists that you’re going to hear from Mia Medot (ph) of Egypt who is a software engineer who started a company called Eventis which is a one-stop online shop for people who organize events Jean Bosco Nzeyimana of Rwanda who is the founder and CEO Of Habona Ltd,S. 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