The Dallas hospital where a Liberian man died of the Ebola virus apologized Sunday in a full-page newspaper ad. Jean Ross, co-president of the nurses union Nurses United, reacted to the apology Sunday with Harris Faulkner and Dr. David Samadi on an "Ebola in America" special.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, died this morning, and a second patient in Dallas is displaying Ebola-like symptoms.
Dr. David Samadi, co-host of "Sunday Housecall," discussed this morning whether an Ebola outbreak in the United States can be prevented.
Four people who had been quarantined in the apartment they shared with an Ebola patient have been moved to a private, gated residence in an area away from other homes.
Is the threat from the Ebola virus being underestimated? Martha MacCallum asked why Dallas officials would not "err on the side of caution" and close some schools.
CDC Director Tom Frieden pushed back this morning against those who argue that the United States should ban all flights from West Africa and not allow people into the country from places like Liberia.
New details are emerging today on the first case of Ebola reported in the United States. The patient, identified as Thomas Eric Duncan, is reported to be in stable condition.