Monthly Archives: March 2015

Report: World Health Organization 'intentionally delayed declaring Ebola emergency' – @guardian

Report: World Health Organization ‘intentionally delayed declaring Ebola emergency’ – @guardian Go to Source Author: Rebecca Bratek Powered by WPeMatico by

Patient at Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital tests negative for Ebola virus – @stephaniesmyth

Patient at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital tests negative for Ebola virus – @stephaniesmyth Go to Source Author: Jillian Stampher Powered by WPeMatico by

Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto confirms it is caring for a patient under investigation for the Ebola virus – @CTVToronto

Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto confirms it is caring for a patient under investigation for the Ebola virus – @CTVToronto Go to Source Author: Tom Brew Powered by WPeMatico by

City of Amarillo Public Health Department reports 2 patients being monitored for Ebola; mother, child traveled to Liberia – @KAMRLOCAL4NEWS

City of Amarillo Public Health Department reports 2 patients being monitored for Ebola; mother, child traveled to Liberia – @KAMRLOCAL4NEWS Go to Source Author: Rebecca Bratek Powered by WPeMatico by

5th person to be monitored for Ebola symptoms has arrived at Nebraska Medicine, hospital says – @NebraskaMed

5th person to be monitored for Ebola symptoms has arrived at Nebraska Medicine, hospital says – @NebraskaMed Go to Source Author: Jimmy Lovaas Powered by WPeMatico by

1 of 4 American health care workers being monitored for Ebola in Omaha moved to biocontainment unit – @KETV

1 of 4 American health care workers being monitored for Ebola in Omaha moved to biocontainment unit – @KETV Go to Source Author: Tricia McDermott Powered by WPeMatico by

National Institutes of Health changes status of aid worker with Ebola virus from serious to critical condition – @NIH

National Institutes of Health changes status of aid worker with Ebola virus from serious to critical condition – @NIH Go to Source Author: Jillian Stampher Powered by WPeMatico by

More: Americans returning to US after possible Ebola exposure in Sierra Leone will be transported by non-commercial air transport; will be housed near Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, the National Institutes of Health in Maryland, or Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, CDC says – @Reuters

More: Americans returning to US after possible Ebola exposure in Sierra Leone will be transported by non-commercial air transport; will be housed near Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, the National Institutes of

Nebraska Medical Center: 4 American health care workers in Sierra Leone exposed to Ebola to be placed in quarantine; 'These people have been exposed to the virus but they aren't sick and aren't contagious' – statement

Nebraska Medical Center: 4 American health care workers in Sierra Leone exposed to Ebola to be placed in quarantine; ‘These people have been exposed to the virus but they aren’t sick and

Possible Ebola exposure in Sierra Leone sends 10 American aid workers back to US, embassy spokeswoman says – @nytimes

Possible Ebola exposure in Sierra Leone sends 10 American aid workers back to US, embassy spokeswoman says – @nytimes Go to Source Author: Stephanie Clary Powered by WPeMatico by