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18 Oct 2014

Every floor of the hospital has an isolation room, he said. The hospital is now preparing drills on how to handle suspected cases. Signs posted throughout the hospital urge patients to tell their health care providers if they've traveled to other countries, particularly in West Africa. Nurses will also ask patients if they have been in contact with anyone who may have had Ebola, or if they have interacted with an international traveler who may have become ill. The hospital's leadership is discussing which types of protective gear should be worn by staff when screening patients who may be infected.
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