(CNN) -- The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told CNN on Sunday that he is confident there is little risk of an Ebola outbreak in Dallas, where one infected patient is fighting for his life.
Dr. Tom Frieden said on "State of the Union" that the CDC is concerned about family members who had "very close contact" with the victim but that they were being monitored constantly.
"That's how you stop it in its tracks. That's why we're confident we won't see a large number of cases from this," he told Candy Crowley.
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