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originally posted by: khnum
This might sound stupid but shouldn't the nurse of an ebola patient be on a no fly list.
originally posted by: Kentuckymama
Also, I keep meaning to ask since I can't much much information on it.....where is the family? I know they were moved to a different house. How is the world are they not sick? For the love of a goat, they were practically swimming in ebola! Has anyone actually seen proof of healthy, still alive people that lived in that apartment?
originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: CardiffGiant
I forgot to add, your avatar doesn't make things better, I am sometimes finding myself fixed on its slow undulation.
Darn I am getting morbid now.
EAST RUTHERFORD -- The Ebola outbreak has made news in Dallas, the city where the Giants are set to visit this weekend ahead of their key NFC East matchup with the Cowboys. A second health care worker recently tested positive for the disease.
It has some thinking twice about making the trip to Texas. Giants center J.D. Walton, a native of Allen, Texas, about 40 minutes north of Dallas, has a large contingent of family and friends expected to attend Sunday's game at A&T Stadium. His wife and 1-year-old child might not make the trip. They may stay back in New Jersey because of the Ebola scare.
"I'm not even sure if I'm going home next week during the bye," Walton said.
Walton is not alone in his thinking.