The second health care worker diagnosed with Ebola has been transferred from the Dallas hospital to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, which has successfully treated two other patients. It is now treating a third: a male health care worker who was infected in Sierra Leone.
Last Friday, 29-year-old nurse Amber Vinson flew to Cleveland. She flew back to Dallas Monday, boarding a flight even though she had a temperature of 99.5 degrees and was being monitored for Ebola. By boarding that flight with a fever, she put more than 130 fellow passengers at risk. She was in the hospital about 24 hours later, diagnosed with Ebola.
The head of the CDC said she should not have flown and that "from now on" people being monitored for Ebola will not travel on commercial flights.
Today, President Obama tried to reassure the country but acknowledged much more needs to be done.
"I think what we've all learned over the last several weeks is that folks here in this country and a lot of non-specialized hospitals and clinics don't have that much experience dealing with these issues and so we'll have to push out this information as aggressively as possible," Obama said.
CNN's Ed Lavandera has more.