LSU Keeps Employee Off Campus After Training Liberian Police
An employee at Louisiana State University who trained Liberian police on using protective clothing has been asked to stay off campus for three weeks.
It’s during that time frame when the Ebola virus symptoms could develop.
The Department of Health and Hospitals says it's calling him twice daily for random temperature checks.
Spokeswoman Olivia Watkins says the man knows the virus' symptoms. She says he’s not at risk because he did not have contact with any infected people.
The man is among five workers who returned Tuesday from classroom sessions in Liberia.
The remaining four live in other states.
No one in Louisiana has been diagnosed with Ebola.