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Some Missouri lawmakers are concerned the state isn't doing enough to prevent an Ebola outbreak.
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The revised recommendations include protective covering from head to toe and the use of a site manager to supervise the donning and removal of protective gear.
The council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night calling for more money for the Army Corps of Engineers to ramp up the effort.
Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
Several nurses stood across the street from St. Louis University Hospital this morning and unfurled a banner that read “Don’t Blame Nurses – Protect Them – Stop Ebola.”
The Missouri Department of Conservation says residents likely won’t encounter stinging caterpillars this fall, despite booming populations in southern states.
A majority of cocoa beans are grown and harvested in West Africa, which is being ravaged by the Ebola outbreak.
Stericycle released a statement saying it has reached a voluntary agreement with Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster “confirming that it has not, and will not, accept, store or treat Ebola-contaminated waste in its St. Louis facility.”
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