New York Officials Updated Ebola Protocol
- New York 10/27/2014 by Linda Perry (WBAI)
On Sunday Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said New Yorkers have a responsibilty to make the demystification of Ebola part of our everyday conversation.
New York City's Mayor Bil de Blasio made a point of praising health care professionals and specifically nurses who treat Ebola patients. He said disrespecting them won't be tolerated.
And New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo sought to clarify confusing protocol for healthcare workers and others arriving from West Africa at JFK. They'll be asked to stay in their homes for 21 days, checked on twice a day by health care workers
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