Youngor Jallah was the last relative to see her stepfather Thomas Duncan before he was taken to the hospital in an ambulance and diagnosed with Ebola. Ms. Jallah says she only learned about that diagnosis on the news. She also says health officials have not been clear about what she should do now, and whether she is allowed out of her home. Ms. Jallah spoke exclusively about her fears with John Berman.
Imagine receiving a phone call form your child's school saying three classmates have been taken out of class because of the Ebola scare. That's exactly what happened in one Dallas school. Gary Tuchman spoke to concerned parents.
Anthony Bourdain has traveled the world for CNN's Parts Unknown. His latest adventure hit a little closer to home. Bourdain has spent most of his life living in New York and New Jersey. For this week's episode, he explored the Bronx. Anthony Bourdain went to a New York City restaurant with Anderson Cooper to talk about what he found.
USAID Assistant Administrator Nancy Lindborg just returned from West Africa and discusses American efforts to fight Ebola there.
Thomas Duncan was not showing signs of Ebola as he flew to Dallas on two United Airlines flights. The airline is voluntarily contacting passengers on those flights, even though Ebola is only infectious when a person has symptoms. Dan Simon visited an airplane hangar in California to learn more about how dangerous Ebola can be on a plane.
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