So what can parents do to reassure their kids during this time?
Nurses across the country and here in Massachusetts are sounding an alarm that they haven’t been properly trained to deal with Ebola.
Governor Deval Patrick said there is no cause for alarm about the deadly Ebola virus in Massachusetts.
Staff at Tufts Medical Center were forced to put contact preparations for Ebola into place this weekend to treat a patient, the I-Team’s Lauren Leamanczyk has learned.
The likelihood that the man contracted Ebola is “extremely low.”
Officials with the Centers for Disease Control have confirmed that a person in Dallas definitely has the Ebola virus.
Hospital officials are cautiously optimistic that a Massachusetts doctor with Ebola will be released from a Nebraska biocontainment unit.
Doug Sacra said he spoke to his brother Rick, who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus, on Monday.
Rick Sacra, a Holden resident practicing medicine in Worcester, was working in Liberia when he contracted the Ebola virus.
As the Ebola crisis continues to worsen in West Africa, a Cambridge Biotech company is developing ways to help in the fight.