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Two people with symptoms similar to the Ebola virus were taken by Fire Department ambulances to a Manhattan hospital, sources said Monday.
Both patients were picked up at a New York City address and both are believed to have recently returned to the city from Africa, the sources said.
The two — both believed to be adults — were put into isolation at Bellevue Hospital.
Two Bellevue Hospital staff members wear hazmat suits to protect themselves from two people possibly infected with Ebola.
originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
NYC is filthy, it would spread there like wildfire. Walk down the streets it's garbage, urine, feces, the smell of sewage, dirty bathrooms, dirty transportation, filthy surfaces (ATMs, money, credit cards, Average Joe's hands). NYC is like a farm, people are herded from the subway to Starbucks. It's very very easy for something like Ebola to spread. Take it from a New Yorker, DeBlasio won't do a thing, Schumer won't do a thing and the gov won't do a thing. All our advancements and the streets still smell like Deadwood 1870.
originally posted by: Crakeur
NYC is many things, has many problems (yes DeBlasio, I mean you) but, seriously man, you make it sound like a third world city. You clearly don't live here so I'm guessing you live in some suburban paradise...