(NEW YORK POST) More than 100 people are being monitored for the Ebola virus in Texas, health officials told The Post on Thursday.
“This situation is constantly evolving,” Dallas County Health and Human Services spokeswoman Erikka Neroes told The Post. “No one is symptomatic and we are doing everything within our power and our procedures to maintain this.”
The 12 to 18 people originally reported as being monitored were individuals who actually came in contact with Thomas Eric Duncan while he displayed symptoms, Neroes said.
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