NBC cameraman tests positive for Ebola; Dr Nancy Snyderman quarantined

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http://twitter.com/#!/615News/status/517848438562902016 An NBC cameraman working in Liberia is now the fourth American to test positive for the Ebola virus. American cameraman working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive for #Ebola, the network says. http://t.co/CboxvaPXfV — CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) October 3, 2014 NBC News cameraman in Liberia is fourth American to test positive […]

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ideas on for size

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http://twitter.com/#!/Matthops82/status/518140667894050816 This afternoon’s special White House presser was meant to reassure us that our government’s got this whole Ebola thing under control. But based on what we’ve seen so far, that’s clearly not the case. Since we can’t trust the government to come up with halfway-decent solutions, let’s open up the floor to the American public: […]

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‘Start spreading the news’: America reacts to Ebola in NYC

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http://twitter.com/#!/michellemalkin/status/525454399758671872 Naturally there’s plenty of snark in reaction to the news about a New York City doctor having the Ebola virus. It’s the way a lot of Americans deal with troubling news. Oh HELL TO THE NAWW. EBOLA IN NYC?! time to move — kamraann (@KamRodriguezz) October 24, 2014 The good news, NYC, is you're […]

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‘Idiocracy’: CDC director does a 180 on Ebola ‘protocol breach’ blame

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http://twitter.com/#!/allisonmbrown12/status/521727914921177091 1st @DrFriedenCDC blames nurse/hospital 4 "breach of protocol." http://t.co/fonDwTHoSP | NOW poses as their champ https://t.co/7Zr42IvcZI — Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 13, 2014 After it was learned that a nurse who had been caring for Ebola patient Thomas Duncan had also come down with the virus, the CDC immediately blamed it on a “protocol […]

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Embarg-uh-oh! Did CDC try to hide new US Ebola case? Spoiler: It didn’t work

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http://twitter.com/#!/AsheSchow/status/517053994196168704 Or can you? According to various media outlets, a patient in Dallas has been diagnosed with Ebola. That would make this patient the first confirmed case diagnosed in the U.S. CDC confirms Dallas patient has tested positive for Ebola. @CBSDFW — Andrea Lucia (@CBS11Andrea) September 30, 2014 CDC says this is the first case […]

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Hazmat teams finally disassemble Ebola patient’s apartment [photos]

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http://twitter.com/#!/judithcrary/status/518124160632225792 Earlier this week we watched in disbelief as one man in a T-shirt power-washed vomit from the sidewalk in front of Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan. Good news: legitimate cleanup crews wearing hazmat gear finally went into the apartment today and cleaned out mattresses, towels and the like. Sana Syed, public information officer for the […]

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‘Here we go’: Patient being tested for ebola in California

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http://twitter.com/#!/jaketapper/status/501905039594881026 Doctors aren’t saying when or where the patient may have been exposed to the virus. http://twitter.com/#!/CapRadioHealth/status/501904624140292096 http://twitter.com/#!/DeeWA2008/status/501914453584011264 http://twitter.com/#!/sarahlaneSF/status/501893522119618560 http://twitter.com/#!/CoryUpdate/status/501912387927408640 Scary. Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/08/19/here-we-go-patient-being-tested-for-ebola-in-california/

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Twitter falls in love with Bentley the Ebola dog … except it’s not him

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http://twitter.com/#!/nypost/status/522454100097904642 Awww! Ebola patient Nina Pham’s puppy, Bentley, sure is adorable! GUYS. RT @iAustinHunt: Bentley, the Ebola dog, looks very, very sad in quarantine pic.twitter.com/JL2SzmfVL4 — Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) October 15, 2014 NOOOOOO MT @nypost: Bentley, the puppy of an Ebola patient in Dallas, is being closely monitored in quarantine pic.twitter.com/6XvXe0NKLe — A Real Live Spider […]

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Texas health care worker tests positive for Ebola

http://twitter.com/#!/UrbanAchievr/status/521262206391156736 “Stop being crazy! We know exactly how this spreads and can trust everyone to be in perfect compliance with protocols.” — RB (@RBPundit) October 12, 2014 A healthcare worker in Texas tests positive for Ebola. Makes me wonder if it's easier to spread the illness than officials are leading on. — Chris (@forewit) October […]

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