A second Texas healthcare worker who treated the first patient in the US to be diagnosed with Ebola has tested positive for the disease
The network's medical correspondent was reportedly seen waiting in a parked car outside a Princeton restaurant in the midst of her 21-day quarantine
The 1-year-old King Charles Spaniel will be moved to a location where its health can be checked, officials said.
Incinerated items belonging to Thomas Duncan may remain in Texas because of fear of spreading the disease.
The number of people known to have died in the worst Ebola outbreak on record has risen to 4,033 out of 8,399 cases in seven countries, the World Health Organization said on Friday
"For those living in the U.S., the discovery of a case in Dallas should not be cause for panic or alarm," writes, Jae Won Joh, MD.
"There's a plane that's been quarantined on the tarmac at McCarran," University Medical Center spokeswoman Danita Cohen said
The global health community is responding to the death of a health care worker from the Marburg virus, a highly infectious disease that is "clinically similar" to Ebola
The alarm was prompted on Wednesday when a passenger said he had Ebola, media reports said
Spanish nurses are refusing to work with cases of the deadly virus, citing health concerns
The UK government has announced "enhanced screenings" for Ebola at major transport hubs
A letter from the nurse's doctor complains of ill fitting safety equipment and poor communication, as she experiences pulmonary difficulties
New York, Washington, D.C., Newark, Chicago and Atlanta will receive extra scrutiny.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, has died, according to the Dallas hospital where he was being treated.
The CDC is very well prepared for Ebola, with the authority and infrastructure to deploy multiple levels of protection against outbreaks of infectious diseases
Medics treating the nurse - the first person to contract the disease in Europe - have said they are using an experimental treatment
The White House on Monday said a ban on travel from West African countries would slow the fight against the deadly virus.
A private plane carrying Ashoka Mukpo, a freelance cameraman for NBC News who contracted Ebola in Liberia, landed in Omaha and was taken to the Nebraska Medical Center
The viral disease takes over the weekend news, although the White House is confident a U.S. outbreak won't happen