“You don’t find them going anymore to Beirut and (they) are coming to Dubai.
“It seems to me we have a crisis of two things. We have a crisis of science, and either people don’t understand it or … they don’t believe it,” said Dr. Joseph McCormick, an Ebola expert at the University of Texas School of Public Health. And, “we have a crisis in confidence in government.”
“But the Internet has no age limits,” Dowdell said.
“There’s definitely an explosion in popularity. It’s sort of the Angelina effect,” said Erin Flaherty, beauty and health director for Marie Claire magazine, referring to the lip-endowed Angelina Jolie.
“The opposition to it was really either political or ideological,” the Republican governor added.
“If the horse wasn’t already out of the barn, I think that would be a nice proposal for us to put on the table,” said Karin McGowan, the department’s deputy executive director.
Udall has argued that politicians should not get involved in the crisis and opposes a ban on African travel unless public health authorities support it
Company and federal officials have said the woman being monitored for Ebola poses no risk because she has shown no symptoms and has voluntarily self-quarantined
“The perception now is everybody coming from Liberia has the virus,” said Naquetta Ricks, who moved to the US from Monrovia, Liberia, as a child
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