Should Americans be concerned about Ebola patients in U.S.?

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Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

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Sherrie Eldred says:

bye ebola and hi coranavirus……..

mkmason2002 says:

This is all propaganda. If two healthcare workers, a doctor and a nurse can make a mistake and contract ebola, then why do they think they can escape infection? Ebola can be contracted by water droplets in the air. This has been proven by a study with rats and monkeys in different cages which contracted it by air. All it takes is ONE healthcare worker to make One mistake and then go home and infect their family. The incubation period, which it the time from infection when a victim can transmit the virus to the time of symptoms is up to 21 days. In this period of time hundreds of even thousands can become infected. Then they in turn transmit the virus to others. Is the US equipped to handle thousands of ebola patients and a US epidemic? The answer is no. As an RN I will tell you infections passed to other hospital patients is rampant! Look at MRSA!
I live 2 hrs from Atlanta and when I hear of ONE transmission I'm running to the store for food and supplies and then will hunker down as the plague runs it's course.  
This could be the catalyst for Obama's martial law. Remember, "Never let a good crisis go to waste."
 As you recall the swine flu put the US in a "State of Emergency" by our Congress and we are still under that state of emergency! So now all Obama has to do is sign a piece of paper and we'll be under martial law, the end of the US Constitution.
God help us! Oh yeah, …I forgot, we kicked Him to the curb. We're screwed.  

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