Ebola Guidelines for Doctors' Offices Are Called Vague and Vary by State

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Ebola Guidelines for Doctors' Offices Are Called Vague and Vary by State
Ebola Guidelines for Doctors' Offices Are Called Vague and Vary by State
In Texas, doctors are told the best protection against the Ebola virus is not an impermeable suit, face mask or double set of gloves. It's the telephone. Every patient who calls for an appointment at a doctor's office should be asked about symptoms and travel history before arriving and mingling with other patients.
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