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*(Via LA Times) – As nationwide alarm over Ebola begins to fade, hospital officials and public health professionals are trying to ensure that lessons learned don’t disappear along with it.

After a Liberian man carrying the disease died last month in a hospital in Dallas and two of his nurses became infected, facilities stepped up training and planning for Ebola cases.

“The mantra is, ‘Don’t be the next Dallas,'” said Dr. Andrew Pavia, chief of pediatric infectious diseases for the University of Utah health system.

This story continues at LA Times.