This week, the meme has been shared more than 100,000 times on social media.
It’s been shared by more than 7,500 medical workers and volunteers in a handful of countries, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
A few days ago, it was shared on the social media platform Reddit.
And it’s been picked up by several news outlets, including CNN, BuzzFeed, and NBC News.
“There’s something to be said for people being active in communities to be there for people, but it also shows the value of people working in their communities,” said Michael Schreiber, a social scientist at Johns Hopkins University who studies social media trends.
“And in this case, they were really, really doing a really good job,” he said.
The meme started circulating on the popular social networking site Twitter, where it was popular with people in the U.S. and Canada who were sick with Ebola, or who were volunteering.
“It was actually a good example of how the Ebola epidemic could be brought to the attention of the public,” said Sarah Wooten, a researcher at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
“They were really working on a vaccine,” Wootens said.
One person shared the meme, which was a direct quote from the CDC’s official Ebola response video.
“Our Ebola response team is the best in the world, and we’re the only ones that can prevent Ebola,” one person wrote.
Another shared the same quote.
Wootes said it’s clear that people are reaching out to their medical workers to see if they’re volunteering or if they have a vaccine.
“If you’re sick, it’s not a question of, ‘I’ll volunteer.’
You’re going to need to get tested for Ebola,” she said.
But, as the virus continues to spread, it could be hard to know whether the people sharing the meme are doing it for a vaccine or for some other reason.
“This is a really important piece of work,” said Wootins.
The viral viral spread has sparked questions about what kinds of volunteers are being targeted, and whether it’s appropriate for medical groups to be promoting volunteer work.
“We’ve been in this for two years, and there are many, many people that have come out of Ebola who are doing this very active work that needs to be done, whether it is vaccines or other things that need to be taken care of,” said Mark Zaid, an epidemiologist at the University of Toronto.
But some are also worried that the viral spread could be hurting other parts of the medical profession, such as the health care workers and researchers.
“The people doing this are actually doing the best they can,” said Dr. Richard A. Hooper, an infectious diseases researcher at Duke University.
“I think the question we are asking ourselves is, what’s the impact of that?
And I think we need to really ask ourselves, ‘How can we do better?'”
“People don’t realize how many lives are at stake here.”
For some people, the virus can be a relief, he said, because it means they’re not having to go through the fear of being exposed to Ebola.
“Now we can enjoy life, because we can have fun, and it’s just like going to a Halloween party without the fear that people will go crazy,” he added.
“At least we’re not in the middle of a pandemic.
We’re in the midst of a global pandemic.”
But others worry that the meme may be hurting some of the most important health workers and scientists.
“When we’re going out to do these things and the vaccine is going to be important, people are going to get very sick,” said one medical worker, who asked that his name not be used because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
“That’s not what we’re there to do.
We don’t care about it.
We are all about saving lives,” he told NBC News, before he said he’s been volunteering in Africa.