Website features information about Ebola for the Penn State community

October 20, 2014

Penn State officials have prepared a website to provide the University community with information about Ebola, answer frequently asked questions and provide links to additional resources and guidelines. The site is available at http://sites.psu.edu/ebolainfo, and will be kept up-to-date with the latest information as the situation continues to evolve. You can also keep up with the latest information on Penn State News, at http://news.psu.edu/tag/Ebola.

While Ebola continues to pose little risk to the general population in the U.S., Penn State officials are carefully monitoring the situation. Penn State health professionals and administrators are closely following all recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Pennsylvania Department of Health and are in regular communication with those agencies.

As always, students, faculty and staff with immediate medical concerns should call 911, or contact University Health Services or their physician.

Last Updated October 20, 2014