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Stopping #Ebola outbreak in West Africa and preventing future #globalhealthsecurity threats @dr_frieden, @CDCgov
CDC is supporting the #Ebola response in West Africa and in the US. Find out how:
Stay safe and healthy if your area has been impacted by a #flood. Important info:
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Help stop #Ebola stigmatization by learning & sharing the facts about #Ebola. #EbolaChat
#ebolachat But since the root of stigma is false beliefs about #Ebola, a key way to help is by getting yourself informed.
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#ebolachat People who survive #Ebola face a new challenge of being treated negatively by those back at home, even family & friends
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For #Ebola patients, stigma means discriminating against those who have had the disease and their family members. #EbolaChat
New #Ebola isolation ward in Lagos, Nigeria provides more space and better treatment for patients. #EbolaChat
@EbolaAlert stigmatization is a potential problem. Even family members have problems accepting what their loved one went through.#ebolachat
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@EbolaAlert measures are being taken to ensure that the discharged patients get all the support they need at home.#ebolachat
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#CDCintheField from Greg: Contact tracer teams awaiting assignments for the day – trained well, strong work!
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Sept 17, 1-2 PM EDT Join us for a chat on keeping little ones healthy in disasters. #Prep4Kids
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#CDCintheField from Rebecca: I am using a mandatory hand washing station before I enter a building here in Liberia.
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CDC encourages the public to prepare, but what about its own staff? Learn how ReadyCDC aims to get CDC prepared
Reaping the benefits of becoming #Firewise before, during and after #wildfire season
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Mental health & recovery: How Joplin tornado volunteers helped patients cope w/ disaster @cooleymd @CDCemergency
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If in Nigeria, call 0-800-EBOLA-HELP for #Ebola questions. #EbolaChat
Training Nigerian healthcare workers on how to put on personal protective equipment. #EbolaChat
Encouraging news as 4 patients discharged from isolation ward tonight in Lagos, Nigeria. #EbolaChat
Kudos to all of the volunteers on the frontlines in Nigeria! #EbolaChat
For all your questions on #Ebola, join the #EbolaChat happening now from Nigeria with @EbolaAlert.