Ebola Workers Honored
Time magazine has named Ebola workers as its Person of the Year for 2014 for "tireless acts of courage and mercy" and exposing the vulnerabilities of the global healthcare system.
Nina Pham Ebola-Free
Nina Pham, the second Dallas, Texas healthcare worker to contract the Ebola virus, has been declared Ebola-free by doctors at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
Off the List
Health officials removed 43 Texas residents from active monitoring for the Ebola virus at midnight Monday, giving them the all-clear.
Belton ISD Press Conference
Belton ISD Superintendent Susan Kincannon was one of four officials updating the public Thursday afternoon on the developments in the Ebola connection that's force the closure of three Belton schools.
My View on Ebola Changed in Just One Email
Twenty-four hours ago I couldn't have told you the name of the 2nd nurse in Dallas to contract Ebola.  I couldn't give you any information on where she'd been, who she'd come in contact with, or even her name.  That changed by the time I hit the 3rd paragraph.
Three Belton Schools Close
UPDATE 10/16: Belton ISD has additionally closed three campuses on Friday, October 17th, to facilitate additional cleaning and precautionary decontamination. See the press release, below.
Belton ISD Updates Parents
Belton ISD sent an email to parents Wednesday evening at 8:57pm informing them of a change in the attendance status of two district students that were on the Frontier Airlines flight from Cleveland to Dallas that also carried the nurse now being treated for Ebola.

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