Health care workers started mock Ebola drills to practice proper protocol.
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To prevent the spread of enterovirus D68, Jackson Township officials have ordered more sanitation efforts.
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Customs and Border Patrol and the CDC are working together to prevent travelers sick with Ebola from entering the U.S.
New Jersey political leaders debate if the screening at Newark Airport will be enough to prevent the spread of Ebola.
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At an event in Trenton, Gov. Christie touched on a variety of issues facing the state.
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NJ hospitals have precautions in place should a patient with the Ebola virus arrive.
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Seven cases of enterovirus D68 have been confirmed in New Jersey.
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The CDC has confirmed one enterovirus case in New Jersey so far, but one doctor anticipates more cases in the state.