Officials say she wore protective gear as she cared for Thomas Eric Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital after he was diagnosed with Ebola and put in isolation.
Every U.S. hospital must know how to diagnose Ebola in people who have been in West Africa and be ready to isolate a suspected case the CDC said Monday.
Another federal official has suggested it was worth rethinking whether to send patients to one of the specialized units set up to deal with dangerous germs.
Gov. Mike Pence joined health officials in addressing health care providers across the state through a webinar focused on the deadly virus.
Obama also is having federal authorities take more steps to make sure hospitals and health care providers are ready to follow the proper procedures in dealing with an Ebola patient.
Among the things CDC will investigate is how the workers took off that gear — because removing it incorrectly can lead to a contamination.
University President canceled the spraying after receiving a petition signed by parents and others complaining the spraying would expose children to chemical toxins.
“We knew a second case could be a reality, and we’ve been preparing for this possibility,” commissioner of the Texas Dept. of State Health Services.
Fort Wayne’s mayor is leading a one mile walk Saturday for Operation Fight for a Fitter Fort at Foster Park at 2:30 p.m.
Customs officials say about 150 people travel daily from or through Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea to the United States.
But the drug’s $1,125-per-pill price is sure to increase criticism of drugmaker Gilead Sciences.
Duncan carried the deadly virus with him from his home in Liberia, though he showed no symptoms when he left for the United States.
According to the Attorney General’s office, the states involved in the settlement will receive $28 million. Indiana will receive $700,000.
Michael Monnig was released from a Texas hospital Thursday, one day after he went to a health clinic complaining of illness.
As the Ebola outbreak continues to spiral out of control in West Africa, numerous countries and agencies have pitched in to help.
The county health commissioner is quoted as saying, “As we are all too aware, any infectious disease in the world is only a plane ride away.”
The Medicare “Part B” premium that most older people pay for outpatient care will stay the same in 2015 — $104.90 a month.
Parkview Health has begun notifying patients that as of April 15, 2015, all services will be considered out-of-network if UnitedHealthcare is their insurance provider.
Airline passengers arriving from the three West African countries experiencing an unprecedented Ebola outbreak will now be screened for potential exposure to the deadly disease when they arrive at five major U.S. airports.
An extra level of screening at major airports will reach more than 9 of 10 people traveling to the U.S. from Ebola-ravaged countries in West Africa.