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Hospital-based emergency providers: Join ASPR & @CDCgov for a call on preparing for #Ebola. go.usa.gov/sdFV pic.twitter.com/NkNm9EX03I
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Weatherproof your home against #winter weather! Get tips to stay warm with our infographic: go.usa.gov/4KP9 pic.twitter.com/BrDl7U69H0
Be careful trying to stay warm this winter. Using unsafe heating devices indoors can cause CO poisoning #PrepareAthon pic.twitter.com/K0TS0Wr3W2
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Parents, not sure how to talk with your children about #Ebola? Check out new CDC fact sheet: 1.usa.gov/1vkHlAE pic.twitter.com/KrImQfLFDi
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How to address #Ebola question, “Is it killing a lot of people?” with your children. 1.usa.gov/1vkHlAE pic.twitter.com/f9Dba9msTs
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Don’t let the flu sack you. Join Julius Thomas @BroncosOffField & get your flu vaccine #VaxWithMe pic.twitter.com/yW2xu9Dmhc
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Get ahead of #Winter storms by making sure your emergency kit for your car is fully stocked. pic.twitter.com/sZ3MCVttnA
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#Flu & Ebola have some similar symptoms. Flu is common, Ebola is very rare. 1.usa.gov/1nQQLkE #getafluvax pic.twitter.com/doVphMaT0j
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Avoid frostbite! Get out of the cold or protect uncovered skin at first sign of redness/pain. go.usa.gov/Aymm pic.twitter.com/QohX3iuUtX
As temperatures drop, make sure your home & car are winter-ready. More info: go.usa.gov/ZcjH #winteriscoming pic.twitter.com/3OjtZGN4XN
#Ebola is not a respiratory disease & is not spread through the airborne route. 1.usa.gov/10t5zvI pic.twitter.com/zvUmLZryG9
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#CDCintheField from Brand: Town Chief in front of the homes of 2 sisters who recently died from #Ebola. pic.twitter.com/UL6L7W5rEW
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Jonathan reviews a site in Liberia, but tough road conditions prevented access to some areas. #CDCintheField pic.twitter.com/a0v4gWrLda
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CDC’s movement & monitoring guidance: 4 risk levels based on degree of exposure to Ebola 1.usa.gov/1zdZktU pic.twitter.com/9T6h6wvDZZ
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#Ebola is spread by direct contact w/ body fluids of a sick person or exposure to contaminated objects, like needles. pic.twitter.com/Yfia97RuqC
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Contact tracing supervisors use these motorcycles for transportation through communities in Liberia. #CDCintheField pic.twitter.com/RZpu9Y934y
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Miwako & Jonathan trained staff at Liberian hospital that closed due to 22 #Ebola infections in HCWs. #CDCintheField pic.twitter.com/FEdV8aSb9Z
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#CDCintheField from Jonathan: Visiting new #Ebola Treatment Unit in Liberia. It has since opened & is now operational pic.twitter.com/InDaKZvs2l
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#EbolaFact: A person infected with #Ebola is not contagious until symptoms appear. 1.usa.gov/1tNxn9D pic.twitter.com/1OtjrwFeuF
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Info for emergency depts managing patients with possible Ebola: Identify, isolate, inform cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/hcp/… pic.twitter.com/fyGmXeh3av
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Today's #EbolaFact: the species of #Ebola in W. Africa outbreak is Zaire ebolavirus. pic.twitter.com/uG5OioCnKe
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Answers to common questions about #Ebola. Our next #EbolaFact: Ebola is not airborne. pic.twitter.com/ApXTJyYYNV
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CDC wants healthcare workers to be safe & prepared. Learn CDC recommended PPE for #Ebola: 1.usa.gov/10hXJoz pic.twitter.com/bic6MwWqsw
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