Obama hits the links with aides

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President Obama capped off another week filled with Ebola concerns by hitting the links during a sunny afternoon in Washington, just 10 days before the midterm elections.

The pool report said Obama left the White House for Virginia's Fort Belvoir golf course shortly after noon on Saturday, where he spent several hours with aides, according to reporters. 

On Friday, Obama met and hugged 26-year-old Dallas nurse Nina Pham hours after she was declared Ebola-free by the National Institutes of Health. 

In his weekly address earlier Saturday, the president underscored the effectiveness of treating Ebola patients in the U.S., which has seen four confirmed cases, and urged resilience for travelers in cities such as New York.

The president recently completed his 200th round of golf.