An adviser to Mayor Bill de Blasio says the New York City Ebola patient is in "relatively stable" condition.
Dr. Irwin Redlener spoke today outside Bellevue Hospital, where Dr. Craig Spencer is being treated. Redlener says Spencer's fiance also is hospitalized in isolation. He said Spencer is not "out of the woods" yet, but the chances of his condition dramatically worsening are "very, very limited."
City Health Commissioner Mary Bassett says Spencer visited a restaurant, went to a bowling alley and jogged for three miles before being admitted to a hospital today.
The president of the Sage Colleges says Ebola has become a teachable moment. Dr. Susan Scrimshaw is an expert in the field of public health and spoke with WAMC News the day after the first confirmed case in New York.
More than 2,400 educators and school officials from 400 districts across the state will be in New York City Sunday through Tuesday for the 95th annual convention of the New York State School Boards Association. Executive Director Tim Kremer says the agenda is full as the meeting comes at a critical time.
An exhibit at Pittsfield’s Lichtenstein Center discusses how industrial worker housing shaped the city and reveals designs by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright that might have changed the area as we know it.