Well we have another.....this one in Kansas. CDC is attempting to track down all who he came in contact with.
Hospital officials in Kansas City say a patient at risk for Ebola is in strict isolation. The University of Kansas Hospital said a Kansas City, Kansas resident came into the hospital early Monday morning with a high fever and other serious symptoms. "He was very forthcoming in saying that he had been taking care of patients who were from areas known to have Ebola," Dr. Lee Norman said. - He took care of quite a number of different kinds of patients, people with fevers and diarrhea, and the usual tropical diseases found in Central and West Africa," Norman said. "He said that on the ship he didn't know of any specific patients with Ebola, but that he didn't have the ability to test for Ebola," Norman continued.
The staff will not treat other patients during this period until diagnosis and treatment plans are completed, the hospital said. The hospital is in close contact with federal, state and local health officials. The area has its own ventilation system. All bedding and medical waste is being isolated from the regular hospital material under federal CDC and state transportation guidelines, the hospital said. The hospital also said it is working with local and state health departments and the CDC to track individuals who may have come in contact with the man. The man provided no contact person for the hospital, so it's thought he lives alone.....snip~
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