A NJ nurse who cared for Ebola patients in W. Africa has been cleared to spend the remainder of her 21-day quarantine at home.
The White House warns against mandatory quarantines for some travelers from West Africa, while the first health worker isolated plans to sue.
Ebola in America strikes a nerve in those who have long held that Obama does not see the interests of U.S. citizens as his highest priority.
Ebola is now a possibility for many in contact over the past week with Dr. Craig of NYC since his return to the states. Megyn Kelly rightfully cries foul.
Ebola has now been confirmed in NYC's Dr. Craig Spencer, who has treated patients in Guinea, Africa. The doctor is currently in Bellevue's isolation.
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At an early morning press conference in Dallas, hospital officials admitted they are “learning as they go” as concerns mount nationwide.
A second healthcare worker who treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for the disease.
The United States, unlike other countries, continues to receive flights from West Africa, furthering the potential for worldwide spread of the disease.
There is a very real and practical need for the Ebola outbreak to be seen as the threat that it is to the sovereignty and safety of the world.
Federal officials said Wednesday that they would begin temperature screenings of passengers arriving from West Africa at five American airports.
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