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Ebola questions and answers for airport passenger assistance workers
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
  • Description:
    How is Ebola spread? -- As a passenger assistance worker, what are my chances of being exposed to Ebola? -- What can I do to avoid Ebola or other potentially infectious materials? -- What should I do if I think that an area or surface is contaminated with Ebola? Should I try to clean the area? -- What should my employer do to make sure I know about Ebola, my chances of being exposed, and what to do in situations where areas or surfaces are contaminated with Ebola? -- Where can I get more information?

    These questions and answers address potential Ebola exposure for workers who help transport passengers in wheelchairs or electric carts through U.S. airports. This guidance is based on current knowledge of Ebola.

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