Public health officials work to quell fears about first case diagnosed in U.S. As health officials are reportedly reaching out to as many as 100 people who had contact with the first patient to be diagnosed
Health officials in Texas have ordered four “close” family members connected to the Dallas Ebola patient to remain home to prevent the possibility of the disease spreading, and raised the number of people
Health officials drastically broadened the scope of their search Thursday for people who might have had contact with an Ebola patient and issued a public health order requiring four people who had shared
Dallas officials said that relatives of the man infected with Ebola left their apartment after agreeing not to, which prompted officials to issue a confinement order overnight. "They were noncompliant
Up to 100 people had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola on US soil Up to 100 people may have been exposed to America's first Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan.