President Obama on Wednesday called health care workers at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, the facility at the center of the U.S. Ebola outbreak.
The U.S. Navy is trying to recruit at least 400 of its gay, lesbian, and bisexual sailors to take a survey designed to gauge their military experience since the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
People traveling to the U.S. from West African countries reeling from the Ebola epidemic will be monitored for symptoms for three weeks after their arrival, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.
A West African man who landed late Tuesday at Newark Liberty International Airport is no longer showing symptoms of Ebola after he was monitored overnight at an area hospital, according to New Jersey media.
Confidence in the U.S. government’s ability to deal with Ebola dropped by 9 percentage points in a two-week span, a new Gallup poll said.