L.A. County Officials Say They Are Prepared for Ebola
On Tuesday, Los Angeles County public health officials told members of the county Board of Supervisors that hospitals and health workers in the area have received proper training for how to handle the Ebola virus. Officials said they have already taken several precautions, including sending hospital CEOs a checklist for self-readiness assessments, distributing posters about the virus to providers and non-government organizations and coordinating with the coroner's office.
- "L.A. County Is Ready To Handle Ebola Cases, Health Official Says" (Therolf, Los Angeles Times, 10/7).
- "Ebola Prevention in L.A. County: Officials Will Outline What's Being Done" (Serna, "L.A. Now," Los Angeles Times, 10/7).
- "Los Angeles County Health Officials Say They Are Ready for Ebola" (Aguilera, "KPCC News," KPCC, 10/7).