A New Jersey hospital says it twice treated a patient who died this week of an infectious disease that is rarely seen in the United States.
The man recently returned from Liberia, arriving at New York City’s JFK International Airport on May 17.
Dr. Patricia Henwood spent a total of 10 weeks in Liberia. First in Bong County, an epicenter of the outbreak for five weeks beginning in October, and then another five weeks beginning in January as the epidemic slowed.
Delaware US Senator Chris Coons is on a fact finding trip to Liberia to see how worldwide response to the Ebola outbreak in that country is working out.
More than five-million children are out of school in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone as the countries continue to fight the deadly Ebola virus. So Faith Seeder Ministries in Sewell, New Jersey is working to help thousands of these students.
Philadelphia (CBS) – On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Dom Giordano hosted a forum at LaSalle University to address Ebola and talked to economist Dr. Walter Schubert about the economic impact of the virus. Schubert said […]
Dr. Schubert On Govt. Spending To Fight Ebola: ‘The World Bank Has Made Estimates Running From $4 Billion To $32 Billion’
On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Dom Giordano hosted a forum at LaSalle University to address Ebola and talked to economist Dr. Walter Schubert about the economic impact of the virus.
Temple University, for example, has issued a directive to students, faculty, and staff that indefinitely bans school-sponsored travel to three West African nations.
The two, who are residents of Montgomery County and family members, arrived in the U.S. from Liberia on Oct. 28.
Pennsylvania health officials say they’ll use federal travel data to identify and monitor people who arrive in the state after spending time in Ebola-stricken West African nations.
Minister Of Liberian Consulate On Ebola: ‘We Are Dealing With A Race Against Time As Far As The Spread’
Dom Giordano talked with Gabriel Williams, the Minister of the Liberian Consulate, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about confronting the Ebola crisis.
Beginning Monday, travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and New Guinea will be given information cards and a thermometer to measure their body temperatures twice a day for three weeks.
Dr. Patricia Henwood is packing her bags. On Thursday, she’ll board a plane bound for Liberia.
Congregants of the Enon Tabernacle Baptist church in Mt. Airy held a donation drive Saturday to collect items to help Liberians who are struggling with the spread of the Ebola virus.
The government will begin taking the temperatures of travelers from West Africa arriving at five U.S. airports as part of a stepped-up response to the Ebola epidemic.