Public Health

  Posted on: Saturday, November 16, 2019
FEMA's CDP Trains Responders, Hospital Staff to Protect Themselves from Deadly Diseases
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When the Ebola virus emerged in the United States in 2014, two of the four confirmed cases were nurses at a Dallas hospital who treated the first patient: Thomas Eric Duncan, who had contracted the virus in Liberia and later died.

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