The Frontier Airlines plane that carried a nurse diagnosed with the Ebola virus has been decontaminated and stored in a hangar at Denver International Airport.
Could the massive Ebola outbreak be linked to bats? A researcher at Colorado State University thinks so.
The Ebola outbreak is becoming an issue in Colorado’s neck-and-neck Senate race.
The CDC is urging airlines to take extra precautions and to keep an eye out for passengers who may show symptoms of Ebola, but for travelers at DIA it’s been business as usual.
Health officials on Tuesday confirmed the first diagnosed case of the Ebola virus in the U.S., and Colorado hospitals say they’re ready if get a case comes to the state.
It appears a lack of communication allowed the sick Ebola patient to be released back into the community. The CDC now believes at least 12-18 people, including children, may have been exposed. Now the Agency must track down all possible contacts and monitor them, and isolate them if they become ill. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains the medical detective work that must now take place, as well as the legal authority health officials have to contain the spread of the virus.
A new case of a child in Colorado suffering from paralysis-like symptoms was announced by health officials, and now doctors are working to determine if the illness is connected to another that’s already made hundreds of children sick.
Doctors are investigating what’s been leaving some children in Colorado with muscle weakness and paralysis-like symptoms.
An outbreak of a respiratory illness in children is taking a frightening turn in Colorado as some young victims are now experiencing paralysis.
Ten states including Colorado are asking the CDC for help investigating the high number of respiratory virus cases that is sickening kids.