1. There are NO reported Ebola cases in Missouri.
  2. Learn more about Ebola at the Centers For Disease Control Website.
  3. If you have questions about travel or if you are not ill but think you may have been exposed to Ebola, then please make an appointment to see a Magers physician today or tomorrow. If Magers is closed, then the emergency department at Mercy or Cox if necessary before Magers reopens.
  4. If you think you may have Ebola disease due to exposure to the Ebola virus in the last 21 days and now you have any of these compatible signs/symptoms such as: fever/abdominal pain/nausea/vomiting/diarrhea/headache/muscle aches/bleeding/bruising/or other illness….then you should immediately isolate yourself, call 911 and alert 911 of your Ebola concern and that you need immediate isolation ambulance transport with the ambulance crew wearing protective gear, to the Mercy or Cox emergency department for protective isolation and evaluation for possible Ebola disease.

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