Inside the Triage Unit Where Patients Find Out If They Have Ebola

ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser gets a behind-the-scenes look at Ebola crisis at JFK Medical Center in Liberia.
2:16 | 08/26/14

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Going into triage unit here it hit a hospital that's twenty transport out whether he's coming in as a -- or something else. We don't need where the full equipment here because it's not people obviously. Even this year is very very I don't know how people work in this press hours and that's what did you -- I don't remember. -- the -- very. I mean who can. I mean -- -- -- Through your doctor brew moved through. This is the -- of their vote could answer the triage unit and the isolation unit. This is where patients are evaluated -- -- -- if they have symptoms they go to this side it's the heart of what they're doing and keeping them separate. -- What can be done to save the lives of people who already have a full. -- your very favorite that's what wouldn't make icon who. Cop got the how many -- When -- gone -- and how do you feel today. And her husband. He's totally covered up for going in vehicles were the final part is putting his hood on. But they don't have -- that are ready needs to making hoods and about the protective equipment. He's -- a good two levels and layers of gloves on inquiry -- outer clothes. -- that -- record his body every every interest in its -- Africa. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- this -- -- -- -- isolation unit he's about to go -- he opens the -- you can take a look. Patients with a -- Are everywhere. We don't have enough -- This is one of the most important places in -- treatment units where the health care workers when they come out. Did get sprayed down and we take off their protective gear if -- didn't get contaminated in the unit if this doesn't isn't done properly they will be.

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