Training staff on how to safely put on and take off protective gowns, masks and gloves to prevent the virus from spreading, including the use of “buddies” that can help spot any potential risks when removing protective gear Conducting hands-on drills so that team members can practice safety procedures Designating isolation areas where at-risk patients would be treated BATESVILLE, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Health says the risk of Ebola virus being spread to Indiana remains extremely low, but local hospitals are preparing if the situation changes.Margaret Mary Health has instituted an Ebola Preparedness Plan to identify and treat Ebola patients based on recommended CDC guidelines.The hospital notified employees this week of the following measures:Training front line staff in all of MMH facilities and medical practices on how to screen for at-risk patients and visitors Posting Travel Health Alerts at each entrance to educate patients and visitors on what to do if they have Ebola symptoms or have possibly been exposed to the virus (see attachment) Continuing to follow CDC guidelines and protocols Setting up a special “Ebola Cart” in the Emergency Services Department Reviewing infection control and decontamination processes Consulting regularly with Dr. Steve Blatt, the Medical Director for Infectious Disease at TriHealth in Cincinnati and a member of our medical staff Ordering enough protective gear and supplies to have readily available, if needed
Source: Marca Antoine Griezmann will play his final match with Atletico Madrid on Saturday after informing the club and his teammates that he is going to leave the club this summer.The French forward, during a meeting with Diego Simeone and president Miguel Angel Gil Marin, expressed his decision to depart the Wanda Metropolitano, with everything pointing towards Griezmann joining Barcelona.It should be remembered that Griezmann’s release clause, at present, is 200 million euros after he signed a new contract with Atletico just last summer.However, that figure drops to 120m euros from July 1. As such, Los Rojiblancos will receive 96m euros from the deal as Real Sociedad retained a 20 percent sell-on fee, so La Real will be given the remaining 24m euros.In recent days, Simeone stated that Griezmann had indicated that he wanted to remain at the club, yet his departure is something that was feared.Therefore, rather than get embroiled in a game of manipulation, like what happened last summer, the leaders at Atletico wanted to hear from the No.7 himself about whether he was going to stay or go.The World Cup winner was honest in the meeting, articulating his belief that his cycle with Atletico had come to an end. Although he thanked the club for the affection he has received since arriving from La Real in 2014, as well as noting the effort made to keep him at the Wanda, Griezmann alluded to the need for a new challenge.Thus, while Griezmann negotiates with Barcelona, Atletico’s revolution this summer will include replacing their go-to star and regular goalscorer over the last few seasons. It will not be an easy task at all.