Questions about Ebola? Wisconsin health officials have a new hotline

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MADISON (AP) — Wisconsin state health officials have launched an Ebola hotline.

The state Department of Health Services announced Friday that the line is for fielding questions Wisconsin residents have about the Ebola virus. The toll-free number is 844-684-1064.

State Officer Karen McKeown says even though no one has been diagnosed with Ebola, and chances of catching it remain “extremely low,” she understands people are concerned and have questions.

Information about Ebola is also available on the DHS website.