• Next News Network
For the first known time in US history, the deadly Ebola virus landed on American soil, housed inside of infected doctor Kent Brantly. By now, you?ve probably seen the story about the doctor contracting the disease in Liberia while he was treating sick patients. A second American, nurse and missionary Nancy Writebol is scheduled to return to the country tomorrow. Both of the infected patients are set to receive care and observation at the Emory University Hospital, just a twenty minute drive from the headquarters for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Meanwhile, in Africa, the deadly outbreak is spreading rapidly into neighbor countries like Sierra Leone and Guinea. Nigeria is also reporting at least one case of Ebola and the death toll has quickly ascended over the 800 mark.
So do American?s want the risk of Ebola spreading here stateside? That?s one of the questions asked in a recent Rasmussen poll. After the two sick patients arrived, now almost 60 percent of A
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