Information for airline crews and cleaning and cargo personnel on protecting passengers and crews from Ebola, as well as cleaning and disinfecting the plane.
Information for airlines, their pilots and cabin crew on reporting deaths and illnesses to the CDC.
From the CDC, guidance for air medical transport operators who are considering transporting patients with Ebola and the healthcare workers who will also be onboard.
Interim guidance regarding compliance with select agent regulations for laboratories handling patient specimens that are known or suspected to contain Ebola virus.
Diagram from the CDC on how to package and ship a clinical specimen.
Interim information regarding collection, transport, testing and submission of specimen for patients with suspected infection of Ebola.
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