WILLIAM KRISTOL, The Weekly Standard
“Protocols.” You can’t turn on your TV without hearing about them. 581 more words
Contrary to all of the Center for Disease Control’s assurances early in this month, it appears that most general hospitals in this country have no specialized equipment or protocol in place for the admission of a patient with symptoms of Ebola. 347 more words
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Following the news that a woman who visited Northeast Ohio tested positive for Ebola upon her return to Dallas, the Ohio Department of Health has stiffened its Ebola quarantine protocols. 109 more words
Miss Vinson is apparently walking. I believe she’s the one wearing the yellow coat. She’s been moved to Atlanta to be treated at Emory University Hospital, which has the strongest expertise in dealing with Ebola. 29 more words
So, it’s official: When it comes to dealing with Ebola, the CDC really doesn’t seem to have a clue.
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CDC now says maybe we need to re-examine Ebola protocols.
Parking lot conversations usually mean that people are not saying what they really think in meetings, which means the school community is deprived of their perspectives and experience. 172 more words