Ebola Information: Prevention and Preparedness
For emergency assistance
Contact campus police at 410-617-5911
Loyola health officials are continuing to monitor the Ebola outbreak in parts of West Africa. The Centers for Disease Control does not believe Ebola poses a significant risk to the U.S. public at this time, but there are precautions those who have recently traveled in West Africa can take to further mitigate any risk to the Loyola community.
Students who have traveled to or from the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, or Sierra Leone within the last 21 days should contact the Student Health Center immediately at 410-617-5055 for information on symptoms and exposure risks.
All other members of the Loyola community who have recently traveled to or from the West African nations affected by the outbreak are encouraged to contact their own health care professional.
More information about Ebola is available on the CDC’s website and the World Health Organization’s website.
If you have additional questions about Ebola or any other health concerns, please contact the Student Health Center at x5055.
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