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Ebola Virus Disease
Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Information

The risk of Ebola transmission in the general public is very low. Enhanced screening of travelers is in place at area airports. Area hospitals have conducted drills for Ebola containment and they are enforcing infection control policies and procedures to protect patients, visitors and staff.

If you have recently traveled to a West African country, specifically Sierra Leone, Guinea or Liberia and experience fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting call 911 or your healthcare provider and explain your symptoms and travel history.  This is imperative so that first responders and the hospital can prepare for your transport and appropriate care. DO NOT go to an emergency department or doctor’s office without calling and discussing your symptoms first.

If you have specific public health questions or concerns related to Ebola please email .


 CDC
 WHO
 NJDOH

Additional Contacts



Additional Ebola Resources (PDF format)

CDC Infographic
CDC Infographic
CDC Algorithm
CDC Ebola Algorithm
Checklist
Checklist for Patients
Being Evaluated



EMS Checklist
EMS Checklist for 
Ebola Preparedness

NJDOH FAQ
 NJDOH Ebola FAQs
Virus Info
What You Need To
Know About Viruses
 West Africa
Ebola Information for
Friends and Family
Returning to New Jersey
from West Africa 

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Is it Flu or Ebola?
Additional Resource Links
10-31 Ebola Awareness-Update PPT - BCDHSOct. 31, 2014 -Ebola Awareness Update Presentation


Ebola Message for West Africa from NJ Dept. of Health


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