Many residents of a Dallas neighborhood were woken early Sunday morning by a knock on their doors from city officials handing out Ebola information pamphlets and informing them that someone who lives nearby had tested positive for Ebola.
“It’s one thing to be in Dallas but for it to be next door, it’s like really close to home,” the unidentified patient’s next door neighbor, Chelsea Esposito, told NBC Dallas-Fort Worth.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital announced Sunday morning that a health care worker who treated Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan had tested positive for the disease. Duncan died Wednesday…
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