Centers For Disease Control And Prevention
Governor Rick Scott, in South Florida for Wednesday night’s Gubernatorial Debate, wants Florida hospital workers to be prepared for the possibility of treating an Ebola patient.
In the wake of Ebola, South Florida’s major airports have been fine tuning their highly intricate emergency plans which spells out the response to an Ebola scenario.
State health officials said a patient who was transferred from an urgent-care clinic in Miami to a local hospital with Ebola-like symptoms was not at risk for the virus.
The experts at the Centers For Disease Control told Florida Sunday not to expend resources testing a West Africa boy for Ebola.
A sick teenager has been taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital out of a precaution due to unknown illness.
Officials in Texas worked to monitor the people possibly exposed to an Ebola virus patient as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed what the response to an airline passenger with an infectious disease such as Ebola would be like in South Florida.
A sobering warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now greets passengers at Miami International Airport.
While a man from Saudi Arabia recovers in an Orlando hospital with the second confirmed case of MERS, two health workers at the Orlando hospital where he was admitted are being evaluated for the disease.
The second confirmed case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in the U.S. is in Orlando.
Broward County schools reversed a decision to allow students with head lice to remain in school.