This infographic on ebola symptoms explains what to do if you get the disease. From Live Science, 'What Happens When You Think You Might Have Ebola?' is aimed particularly at people who have recently traveled to a country affected by virus disease.
It notes anyone coming into the United States from Ebola-affected nations receives an instruction packet including a digital thermometer to self-monitor and help detect ebola symptoms.
This includes keeping an eye out for signs of fever, headaches and body aches for three weeks as well as checking your temperature twice a day. The infographic also suggests if you reach a fever of 100.4 Fahrenheit of 38 Celsius to contact your state health department, the CDC or call 911 in an emergency.