by Howard Portnoy
Heckuva job, Friedy! That’s CDC Director Thomas Frieden, who said yesterday that “in hindsight … the nation’s health protection agency should have stepped in and taken control when the country’s first Ebola case emerged in Dallas.” More could have been done to curb the spread of the deadly virus, he added, allowing as how even one victim contracting the disease stateside was “one too many.”
This morning, the number of cases of infection doubled. The Dallas Morning News reports that a second health care worker has tested positive for the Ebola virus:
The health care worker, like nurse Nina Pham, took care of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who became the nation’s first person diagnosed with the deadly virus.
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