From left, Dr. Aldona Wos, N.C. Secretary of DHHS, Dr. Megan Davies, N.C. state Epidemiologist and Dr. Lisa Pickett, Chief Medical Officer, Duke Hospitals announce that a person is being monitored for Ebola at Duke University Hospital during a press conference at the State of North Carolina Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh on Sunday.
From left, Dr. Aldona Wos, N.C. Secretary of DHHS, Dr. Megan Davies, N.C. state Epidemiologist and Dr. Lisa Pickett, Chief Medical Officer, Duke Hospitals announce that a person is being monitored for Ebola at Duke University Hospital during a press conference at the State of North Carolina Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh on Sunday. cseward@newsobserver.com
From left, Dr. Aldona Wos, N.C. Secretary of DHHS, Dr. Megan Davies, N.C. state Epidemiologist and Dr. Lisa Pickett, Chief Medical Officer, Duke Hospitals announce that a person is being monitored for Ebola at Duke University Hospital during a press conference at the State of North Carolina Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh on Sunday. cseward@newsobserver.com

Duke patient’s first Ebola test comes back negative

November 03, 2014 06:03 PM

UPDATED November 04, 2014 06:06 AM

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