Fear grows in US following first diagnosed Ebola case


WASHINGTON D.C.: Assurances from US health officials that there is almost no chance of a US Ebola outbreak are doing little to allay Americans’ fears, days after the first domestic case was diagnosed. “We have seen a lot understandable concerns,” Tom Frieden, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Sunday (Monday in Manila). The patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, who traveled from Liberia to Texas in late September, was in critical condition on Sunday at a hospital in Dallas.



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