There’s been much concern among hospital workers after a Dallas nurse who had contact with Eric Duncan tested positive for Ebola. Death rate in the outbreak has now risen to 70 percent, according to the World Health Organization.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said a “breach in protocol” led to the infection of the worker. But a recent survey conducted by National Nurses United found that 85 percent of health workers have not been provided with educational training sessions in their hospitals.
Dan Diekema, president of the society for healthcare epidemiology of America, joins Take Two to talk more about this.