Ebola information session tonight at City Hall

Norwalk Hospital employees and volunteers have received written protocols. The are attached below.
Norwalk Hospital employees and volunteers have received written policy.

NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk residents will have a chance tonight to find out what is being done to help keep the community safe from the arrival in this country of the Ebola virus.

Norwalk Hospital and city officials will hold a joint Ebola information session at 7 p.m. in City Hall, focusing on how city departments and the hospital are preparing, responding and working together to address current Ebola health concerns.

Representatives from Norwalk health, fire and police departments as well Norwalk EMS and Norwalk Hospital will provide updates and answer questions.

Information will be provided on the Ebola virus, including how it is and isn’t spread, who is most at risk, and tips on how residents can protect themselves.

Hospital workers have received written policy for dealing with report of potential or suspected Ebola exposures, as well as a flow chart. Both are attached here:

Ebola flow diagram for pt management-10 18

Ebola management policy10 17


2 responses to “Ebola information session tonight at City Hall”

  1. Joe

    President Obola’s latest decree is now allowing residents from Ebola-stricken countries to enter airports in New Jersey and New York City…one hour away!

    Feel safe now, voters?

    Feel safe now, security moms?

    Editor’s note: To be more accurate, the fedral government is now restricting flights from Ebola-stricken countries to five airports, including JFK, Newark, Atlanta, Washington-Dulles and O’Hare in Chicago. The flights were already coming in. This move concentrates the flights into the airports with enhanced screening capabilities.

  2. Ms Ruby McPherson

    You […] make sure you make this information session please !!!!

    This comment was edited to comply with our policy against name-calling.

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