/A Liberian guy infected with Ebola died in the Dallas hospital. So far,
we've had two Ebola infections in the U.S. - the two nurses in Dallas
who were caring for Thomas Duncan. It's kind of unsettling to realize
the health authorities blew it in all three cases.
//A doctor returning from West Africa has been hospitalized with Ebola,
but before he got sick, he visited a bowling alley which they shut down.
Everyone knows you can't get Ebola from a bowling ball or riding on a bus!
///Then, a nurse returning from Sierra Leone to New Jersey got put in
quarantine in a tent in the parking lot of a hospital, with no heat or
shower - even though she showed no symptoms. The World Health
Organization says overly restrictive quarantines and travel bans will
put people off volunteering to go to Africa to help improve a health
system to deal with the disease.//
//So far, this is not instilling confidence in the U.S. health system.
Are we supposed to panic or not? If this is the level of care we can
expect in the U.S. I pity anyone who gets put in a hospital these days.
Bellevue Staff Consumed With Ebola Care: