#EbolaAnswers: Your questions about the Ebola virus

Updated

On Thursday, a doctor in New York who had recently been treating Ebola patients in Guinea tested positive for Ebola, becoming the first Ebola case in New York. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo have assured the public that New York is prepared and ready to handle Ebola

 As questions continue to arise about the the virus, its risk and management, Dr. Natalie Azar of NYU Langone Medical Center and Dr. Nina Radcliff will be “on call” at msnbc to answer your questions about Ebola.

Watch and read msnbc’s latest on Ebola here. 

Dr. Natalie will answer your questions from 11 am - 12 pm ET.

Dr. Nina will answer your question from 12 pm - 1 pm ET. 

To ask a question, tweet your question with hashtag #EbolaAnswers. Dr. Natalie will respond from the @msnbc Twitter handle. Tweets from Dr. Natalie will be signed - Dr. NA and tweets from Dr. Nina signed - Dr. NR. 

You can follow along with the discussion here starting at 11 am ET.

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#EbolaAnswers: Your questions about the Ebola virus

Updated