KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) – Hospital officials in Kansas City say a patient at risk for Ebola is in strict isolation.
The University of Kansas Hospital said a Kansas City, Kansas resident came into the hospital early Monday morning with a high fever and other serious symptoms.
“He was very forthcoming in saying that he had been taking care of patients who were from areas known to have Ebola,” Dr. Lee Norman said.
Norman, who is the chief medical officer for the University of Kansas hospital, held a new conference to address the situation. Norman said the man is in his 40’s and lives in Kansas City, Kansas. He was working as a medic on a commercial…
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