In light of the Dallas Ebola case, the CDC has just re-issued all of its guidance to the greater healthcare community.  Remember, to be exposed to Ebola requires direct contact with bodily fluids (blood, vomit, feces, urine, etc), not casual contact. If you are interested in knowing more detail, check out the links below.

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Guidance   
CDC Ebola Case Definition

Interim Guidance for Specimen Collection, Transport, Testing, and Submission for Patients with Suspected Infection with Ebola Virus Disease

Monitoring and Movement recommendations

Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations for Hospitalized Patients with Known or Suspected Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever in U.S. Hospitals

Interim Guidance for Environmental Infection Control in Hospitals for Ebola Virus

Sequence for Removing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Ebola Virus Disease Information for Clinicians in U.S. Healthcare Settings

Guidance on Air Medical Transport for Patients with Ebola Virus Disease  

Interim Guidance about Ebola Infection for Airline Crews, Cleaning Personnel, and Cargo Personnel

Guidance for Airlines on Reporting Onboard Deaths or Illnesses to CDC  

CDC Death and Disease Reporting Tool for Cabin Crew

CDC Death and Disease Reporting Tool for Pilots

Ebola Traveler’s Health