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Dallas Ebola patient flew United; airline says 'zero risk' of infection
Dallas Ebola patient flew United; airline says 'zero risk' of infection

Five elementary, middle and high school students who had contact with a man diagnosed in Dallas with Ebola are being monitored, Texas officials said Wednesday, as the search was underway for people who may have been exposed to the deadly virus. The children, who attend four different schools, were in class earlier in the week but show no symptoms of the disease and will be monitored at home, officials said. The patient, Thomas Eric Duncan of Liberia, arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 20 to visit family and developed symptoms four days later, said health officials and a Liberian community leader in Dallas. He sought care on Friday at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, where an emergency...

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