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A specimen from the Ebola symptomatic patient was transferred to a facility in Mass. for testing and came back negative for Ebola.
After an Ebola scare in Connecticut, 22News looked into what preparations and precautions are being taken at local hospitals.
The President is authorizing to call up National Guard troops if they are needed to assist in the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak.
Nurses unions say frontline workers are not ready to treat Ebola. 22News was on Beacon Hill when they testified before state lawmakers.
As we learn more about Ebola patients in the US, we’re also learning about some questionable missteps in controlling the virus here.
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Two Texas students on board flight with Ebola patient Amber Vinson won’t attend school for the next 21 days out of an abundance of caution.
A patient is being evaluated at Yale New Haven hospital at this hour with Ebola like symptoms according to a statement from the hospital.
Four more airports taking steps to screen people of Ebola.
Newest Ebola patient took Frontier Airlines flight from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth over the weekend.
Medline is in high demand right now; they’re making life-saving protective gear to help make sure people are protected from Ebola.
President Obama vowed Wednesday that his administration would provide “much more aggressive” monitoring of Ebola cases in the U.S.
It was a volatile day in the stock market with the Dow closing down 170 points. 22News explains how Ebola is affecting your investments.
Fears of the Ebola virus deepened in the U.S. with word that a second Texas nurse caught the disease and flew across the Midwest.
The Springfield Mayor’s office has issued a letter to residents assuring them that the city is prepared to deal with the Ebola virus.