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Amid latest U.S. Ebola infection, L.A. County says it's prepared
Amid latest U.S. Ebola infection, L.A. County says it's prepared

On the same day the U.S. awoke to reports of a second nurse in Texas testing positive for Ebola, public health officials Wednesday sought to reassure Los Angeles County residents that they were prepared to face the deadly virus should it arrive in the region. "We're prepared today, were more prepared than yesterday, and we'll be more prepared tomorrow than we are today," said Dr. Robert Kim-Farley, director of the communicable disease control and prevention division of the county's Department of Public Health. The first Ebola death in the U.S. -- that of Thomas Eric Duncan, who died in the Dallas hospital that initially misdiagnosed him and sent him away...

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