It’s a five letter word that’s been in headlines for weeks: Ebola. The virus, which was identified in 1976 in Africa, has experienced ebbs and flows of outbreaks for nearly 40 years, but this year’s outbreak has been labeled by the Centers for Disease Control as the largest epidemic of the disease in history
As the virus continues to make headlines, hospitals and healthcare clinics around the world continue to work tirelessly to prepare for any cases of Ebola patients who might make their way to their facilities.
With one fatality in the continental United States already on record due to improper screening and immediate treatment at a Texas hospital, hospitals across the nation are working to prepare the public and themselves as Ebola monitoring continues.
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