Patient at UC Davis Sacramento Suspected of Having Ebola

A patient at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento is suspected of having Ebola.
Hospital staff was told to wear protective clothing.
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NBC Bay Area reported:

A patient being treated at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento is suspected of having Ebola.
Hospital staff could be seen outside the facility Thursday morning wearing protective medical suits.

“A patient with symptoms consistent with Ebola infection was transferred to UC Davis Medical Center Thursday morning from Mercy General Hospital in Sacramento,” UC Davis said in a statement. “UC Davis, identified by the California Department of Public Health as a priority hospital to treat confirmed Ebola patients, is fully prepared to safely assess and treat the patient if necessary in accordance with guidelines established by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

The public can still access other parts of the medical center.

The emergency room at Mercy General was closed for cleaning, a hospital spokesperson said, KCRA-TV reporter Sharokina Shams wrote on Twitter. The spokesperson said the ER was expected to reopen sometime Thursday afternoon, Shams reported.

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