Key messages – Ebola Virus Disease, West Africa ; issue #29 Updated February 25, 2015
Published Date:February 25, 2015
Series:Key messages – Zika Virus Disease ; #29
Description:Outbreak Summary -- Ebola and the United States: Ebola patients transported to the United States -- Ebola Cases and Deaths -- Background on Ebola: Transmission; Signs and symptoms; Diagnosis; Risk; Prevention; Treatment; Recovery -- CDC Recommendations and Guidance: Healthcare workers in West Africa; Healthcare providers in the United States; Infection control; Emergency departments; Ambulatory care providers; Decontaminating U.S. residences and removing contaminated waste; Travelers; Monitoring and movement of people with Ebola; Schools and international travel for education purposes; Humanitarian aid workers; Humanitarian aid organizations; Businesses, employers, and business travelers; Airline flight crews, cleaning personnel, and cargo personnel; Laboratories -- What CDC is Doing: International activities; Domestic activities; Training -- CDC Foundation -- Stigma -- For More Information about Ebola.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working with other U.S. government agencies, the World Health Organization (WHO), and other domestic and international partners in an international response to the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa. This document summarizes key messages about the outbreak and the response. It will be updated as new information becomes available and will be distributed regularly. Please share this document with others as appropriate.
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