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Ebola Transmission in United States
Dallas Ebola Infected nurses moved out of state to better hospitals for treatment. Over 100 still may contract Ebola in Dallas and are being monitored .
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Dallas nurse Nina Pham transferred to NIH facility
Nina Pham, one of two nurses infected with the Ebola virus while caring for a patient in Dallas, will be transferred to a National Institutes of Health clinical center in Bethesda, officials and the NIH said Thursday.
Pham's transfer to the facility, one of four in the United States with a special biocontainment unit, will occur Thursday evening, according to Anthony Fauci, director of NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who was testifying at a Capitol Hill hearing Thursday afternoon. He said Pham would receive "state of the art care" there.
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Ebola patient moved to Atlanta
DALLAS — A 29-year-old nurse identified as the second Texas hospital worker to test positive for Ebola was put on a plane to Atlanta Wednesday evening. She will be treated at Emory University Hospital.
An ambulance with a crew clad in hazardous-material suits arrived at the hospital Wednesday afternoon and left for Dallas Love Field. There, aerial video showed the crew leading a person in a yellow hazmat suit and booties onto a jet.
Vinson was among the workers at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas who helped care for Ebola patient Thomas Duncan, who died of the virus earlier this month.
Medical records provided to The Associated Press by Duncan's family show Vinson inserted catheters, drew blood, and dealt with Duncan's body fluids before he died last week. It's not clear how she contracted the virus.
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Journalist with Ebola Arrives at Nebraska Hospital
An American video journalist who contracted Ebola while working in Liberia has arrived at a Nebraska hospital, where he will be treated for the deadly disease.
Ashoka Mukpo, 33, arrived by ambulance Monday at the Nebraska Medical Center, where he will be kept in a specialized containment unit built specifically to handle this type of illness.
Mukpo was working in Liberia as a freelance cameraman for NBC News when he became ill last week. He is the fifth American with Ebola to return to the U.S. for treatment during the latest outbreak, which the World Health Organization estimates has killed more than 3,400 people.
Meanwhile, a Liberian man with Ebola who started showing symptoms while visiting the U.S. is in critical condition at a Dallas hospital.
Mukpo was able to walk off the plane under his own power Monday before being loaded onto a stretcher for the ambulance ride to the hospital.
The Daily Rapid
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