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Since the first report of an Ebola case in the U.S., interdisciplinary teams of caregivers from the state’s acute care hospitals have been reviewing and testing their emergency and healthcare response plans and conducting emergency preparedness drills and exercises. All acute care hospitals in Connecticut have completed drills in line with the Governor’s directive, and they will continue to drill in the coming weeks and months as guidance and best practices evolve. Read more.
Click here for CHA's Ebola Preparedness page.
Go to the CDC Ebola Information page. The What's New section includes a Q&A about Ebola and pets, information for healthcare workers, infographics, and videos.