The EMS crew that transported the patient with Ebola in Dallas has tested negative for the disease, according to the City of Dallas.
The crew that took the patient to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was undergoing medical evaluation yesterday, though none of them were symptomatic. The crew has been sent home.
The CDC and Texas Department of Health will continue to track down people the Ebola patient in Dallas came in contact with while they were infectious. CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden said on Tuesday that he is confident that Ebola will be cared for and contained.
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