DALLAS, TX (KTRK) -- This is the text of the reverse 911 call residents received this morning from Dallas 911. The message was sent after news broke that a health care worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person in the U.S. diagnosed with Ebola who later died, has preliminarily tested positive for the deadly viru347260s.
"THIS IS AN IMPORANT MESSAGE FROM THE CITY OF DALLAS
Please be advised that a heath care worker who lives in your area has tested positive for Ebola. This individual is in the hospital and isolated. Precautions are already in process to clean all known potential areas of contact to ensure public health.
While this may be concerning, there is no ongoing danger to your health. The virus does not spread through casual contact.
The City of Dallas is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dallas County, Dallas Independent School District, and Community Leaders to protect your health.
For more information please call 311 or Dallas County Health and Human Services at 214-819-2004."
Text of reverse 911 call neighbors of Ebola patient received
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