Schools in Ohio and Texas close amongst Ebola fear
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Schools in Ohio and Texas close amongst Ebola fear

The realization of a person, now diagnosed with Ebola, flying to their city, and freely moving about has Cleveland's residents concerned. The USATODAYreports that certain schools in Cleveland and Texas have been closed until the threat of Ebola has cleared. Fox News 8 reports that the patient flew from Dallas, to Cleveland, to plan for her wedding. Apparently she had been in contact with the deceased Texas patient; Mr. Duncan at Texas Presbyterian Hospital.   However, she was unaware that she had contracted Ebola.  She is currently being treated at the prestigious Emory University in Georgia. CNN reports the airline that transported her to Cleveland had flew to additional destinations before it was taken out of service and later decontaminated. Initially the CDC believed they were dealing with 132 potentially infectious passengers. However, the revelation of the same airplane continuing in service for five additional flights theoretically expands the CDC's job of identifying and monitoring those passengers. 

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