CDC Confirms First US Ebola Traveller Case In Austin, TX.

Updated: All references to Austin, TX, removed from Washington Post article.

Quotes can be found here:

The Texas Department of State Health Services confirmed the news in a statement Tuesday afternoon.
“A Texas hospital patient has tested positive for Ebola, making the patient the first case diagnosed in the United States. The test was conducted at the state public health laboratory in Austin. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the positive result,” the Texas Department of State Health Services said in the statement:
The patient is an adult with a recent history of travel to West Africa. The patient developed symptoms days after returning to Texas from West Africa and was admitted into isolation on Sunday at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
The Texas Department of State Health Services is working with the CDC, the local health department and the hospital to investigate the case and work to prevent transmission of the disease. The hospital has implemented infection control measures to help ensure the safety of patients and staff.

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