Hospitals, Colleges Stress Safe Practices For Nurses In Wake Of New Ebola Case
from The Dallas Morning News
As some advocates say U.S. hospitals have not moved fast enough to protect nurses from Ebola, several North Texas hospitals and colleges are taking extra precautions to keep medical workers safe. Concerns about the disease escalated with Sunday's news that a 26-year-old Dallas nurse contracted the deadly virus. Nina Pham was caring for an infected patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. She's the first known person to become infected with Ebola in the U.S.
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