Wednesday morning hours the Centers for Disease Control and Avoidance said early.

The Texas Division of State Health Solutions confirmed in a separate statement that medical worker did provide care to Thomas Eric Duncan, whom officials make reference to as ‘the index affected person’ and is the Liberian national who passed away at Presbyterian on Oct. 8. Duncan was the 1st person to be identified as having Ebola on U.S. Soil, although he’s thought to have contracted the disease while in Liberia still. It was not clear what contact the new case had with Duncan immediately. Officials have said they also don’t know the way the first health employee, a nurse, became contaminated. But the federal government Centers for Disease Control and Avoidance said ‘an additional health care worker screening positive for Ebola can be a serious concern.’ ‘What happened there , regardless of the reason, is not acceptable.Paul, MinnesotaMayo Clinic Medical center; Minneapolis, MinnesotaUniversity of Minnesota INFIRMARY, West Bank Campus, MinneapolisNebraska Nebraska Medication; Omaha, NebraskaNew York North Shore Program LIJ/Glen Cove Hospital; Glen Cove, New YorkMontefiore Wellness System; NEW YORK, New YorkNew York-Presbyterian/Allen Hospital; New York City, New YorkNYC Hospitals and Wellness Corporation/HHC Bellevue Medical center Center; NEW YORK, New YorkThe Mount Sinai Hospital; New York City, New YorkNew Jersey Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital; New Brunswick, New JerseyPennsylvania Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaHospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaTexas University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; Galveston, TexasMethodist Hospital System in collaboration with Parkland Hospital System and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Richardson, TexasVirginia University of Virginia INFIRMARY; Charlottesville, VirginiaVirginia Commonwealth University Medical Center; Richmond, VirginiaWisconsin Children’s Medical center of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Milwaukee, WisconsinFroedtert & the Medical University of Wisconsin – Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee; Milwaukee, WisconsinUW Wellness – University of Wisconsin Medical center, Madison, and the American Family Children’s Medical center, Madison; Madison, WisconsinWashington, D.C.

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