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Ebola – contact tracing

One of the most important tools we have to prevent the spread of Ebola is contact tracing.  Contact tracing is finding everyone who comes in direct contact with a sick Ebola patient.  Contacts are watched for signs of illness for 21 days from the last day they came in contact with the Ebola patient.  If the contact develops a fever or other Ebola symptoms, they are immediately isolated, tested, provided care, and the cycle starts again – all of the new patient’s contacts are found and watched for 21 days. For more helpful information on Ebola, please go to the CDC website http://www.cdc.gov

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