Health & Family

August 18, 2014

Even extra precaution about Ebola leads to fear

Fear and panic have taken hold since two American aid workers contracted Ebola. Some well-known Americans complained we never should have brought Nancy Writebol and Dr. Kent Brantly to the U.S. Others spread fear by implying the virus can be transmitted by sitting next to someone on an airplane or that quarantines should be ordered for anyone returning from West Africa.

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