CDC Releases Stronger Guidelines for Ebola Protocal

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) released new and stronger safety standards for health care workers caring for Ebola patients.

The updated protocols include personal protective equipment that covers the entire body and leaves no skin exposed.

The protocols stress that all healthcare workers providing care undergo repeated and rigorous training and show competency in putting on and removing personal protective equipment. Also, the new guidelines call for facilities to name a site manager who will be charged with overseeing all processes and protocols related to that treatment.

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