Ebola Won't Spread - US

On 04/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

The governor of Texas, United States, Rick Perry and other officials provided an update of the condition and status if the first patient to be diagnosed eith Ebola in the US, while saying they were optimistic the disease would not spread.
Perry said during a news conference that a handful of school-aged children had contact with the man who was eventually diagnosed with Ebola.
He described the as being in "serious but stable" condition and tajt tje childern were being monitored at their homes for any symptoms associated with the disease.
 Perry said, "I know that parents are being extremely concerned about that development. But let me assure you these childern have been identified, and they are being monitored.
 And the disease cannot be transmitted before having any symptoms. I have full cannot be transmitted before having any symptoms. I have full confidence in the medical professionals."
The Associated Press had reported that the man diagnosed with the disease is Thomas Duncan, who went to a Dallas emergency room on Friday and was sent home.
 Duncan returned to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday where he has been in isolation ever since. he had recently travelled back to the US from Liberia, something his sister said he told doctors about.

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