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originally posted by: Bicent76
a reply to: afoolbyanyothername
good question.. I have a feeling the government is hiding them, because they are illegal aliens.....
Yah is a U.S. citizen, as is Jallah's mother, and Jallah has started the process of becoming a citizen so she could adopt the children of her sister, who died in childbirth this year in Liberia. Now Jallah fears the Ebola scare may jeopardize the adoption.
Jallah and her family have not been ordered to stay indoors, but because Jallah was with Duncan as his illness became critical, she has placed her family under voluntary confinement, hoping to avoid infecting neighbors or schoolmates.
Thank you for all of the donations of household items, cleaning supplies and cash. Team Steph, Erin and Christine successfully delivered everything to the apartment office. We waited until we saw Youngor and Aaron arrive to pick up the belongings to make sure nothing disappeared. They both looked very good, and we thanked them for their caution with Ebola and the community. They both seemed extremely appreciative of the help, and we let them know that there is a phone number in the cooler they can call if they need anything else.
'The CDC came yesterday. They said I can go back to work but I do not know what I will do. I will not go back yet.'
Doctors say that no-one is at risk of catching the virus unless they come into contact with a sufferer who is exhibiting symptoms.
But it is unlikely that Youngor will return to work until the family have gone through the 21 days considered the latest time between exposure and manifestation of Ebola.
originally posted by: signalfire
It was reported (or hypothesized) that their access to the outside world was removed from them, no internet or cell phones both to tamp down the media but for their own protection and to enable the quarantine.
But you would think some enterprising Anderson Cooper type would have set up a Skype interview by now, the news has been completely blacked out.
Maybe the 'gated community' was military in nature...
I'm more interested in keeping an eye on the progress of "Same Shirt" Judge Clay Jenkins, the poster boy for all things CDC.