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CDC issues guidelines for healthcare facilities for preventing the next outbreak

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March 1, 2018

Infection control experts have been warning for some time now that the newest, and perhaps worst, infectious illness outbreak is yet to hit the U.S. Recently, the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, with the support of the CDC, released a new guidance document designed to help hospitals and smaller healthcare facilities respond to outbreaks of infectious diseases quicker and more efficiently.

Infection control experts have been warning for some time now that the newest, and perhaps worst, infectious illness outbreak is yet to hit the U.S. Recently, the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, with the support of the CDC, released a new guidance document designed to help hospitals and smaller healthcare facilities respond to outbreaks of infectious diseases quicker and more efficiently.



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