The elation of Dallas health care worker Nina Pham’s loved ones reached new heights after she was declared Ebola free.
Ebola patient, Nina Pham, arrived in Bethesda, Md. At 10 p.m. Thursday night.
A health worker who wore protective gear while having extensive contact with Thomas Eric Duncan is the second confirmed case of Ebola in the U.S.
There are now specific rules for how to handle the Ebola virus in North Texas, a week and a half after its first appearance in the country.
Fort Hood troops train how to use protective gear before they head to Liberia and help contain the Ebola virus.
“While it is a crisis, we should not panic and begin to do irrational things in reaction,” Jesse Jackson said about the Dallas’ Ebola case.
More than 250 hospitals across the country are already using the robot including the Texas Health Resource hospitals and UT Southwestern Medical Center.
While enjoying a day at the park with her grandchildren, Donna Rodriguez was startled to hear the latest about Ebola patient Thomas Duncan.
State Fair of Texas officials don’t want Dallas’ Ebola case to affect this year’s attendance. Thus, they are making changes in an effort to keep people safe and coming through the gates.
Isolation rooms in most North Texas hospitals are very similar to the ones inside the Medical Center in McKinney and at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, where a patient with the first U.S. diagnosed Ebola case is being treated.
Considered Dallas’ Ellis Island for the last 20 years, the Vickery Meadows neighborhood of Northeast Dallas is home to refugees from Africa and other parts of the world.
The Dallas County Health Department has confirmed another case of imported Chikungunya virus.