I’m not too worried about the Ebola because it can only be transmitted when showing symptoms and the guy didn’t show symptoms until after he was home. He wasn’t sick on the plane. He contracted it from being over where its running rampant in civilization and they don’t have all the proper means of…
It’s also worth noting that I am *intimately* familiar with many of the Dallas/Fort Worth area hospitals, and of all the hospitals to wind up with the Ebola patient, we can all be very thankful that it was Presbyterian Dallas.
They are a very competent hospital with fantastic staff, and I am very sure they have and will continue to maintain the extremely strict ISO precautions required to prevent even the tiniest little outbreak.
PS: Presby Dallas folks, if you read this, can you please restock y’all’s EMS room? I love y’all but I can’t handle a room filled with an empty fridge and a handful of “original oatmeal” packets. Thank you! :)
All the people he was around when he was showing symptoms are currently being monitored by the CDC. Besides the society we live in with our health care system an outbreak isn’t even near as likely as in west Africa.