UGA New Ebola Measures

Athens, Ga-UGA students will now have to notify the university if they have been to West African countries affected by Ebola virus. This measure is meant to keep the university in line with guidelines set by the CDC and the state of Georgia especially with the virus trending nationally.  Students making an appointment with the university health center must now answer a questionnaire before being seen by a doctor. It asks whether the student has been to Sierra Leone, Guinea, or Liberia in the last three weeks. It also asks if they have been exposed to a person infected with Ebola in the last 21 days.


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