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.”
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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Financial aid and global coordination are needed to prevent the Ebola health care crisis from becoming a food emergency, agriculture ministers from West African nations at the center of the Ebola outbreak said Wednesday.
As fears about Ebola continue to spread, Illinois health officials have announced plans to set up an Ebola hotline.
University of Kansas Hospital officials say preliminary tests show a patient who arrived Monday with Ebola-like symptoms does not have the deadly disease.
Officials at the University of Kansas Hospital say a man being treated in isolation is considered at low to moderate risk of having contracted the Ebola virus.
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport isn’t one of the five U.S. airports that will begin screening incoming passengers from West Africa because it has no arriving international flights from overseas.
Missouri health department director says there’s probably a little bit of an overreaction from the public, but it’s better to be prepared.