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1st Ebola case is now confirmed in New York City

posted Oct 24, 2014, 6:34 AM by Prep Experts   [ updated Oct 24, 2014, 6:34 AM ]
By Mike Adams 
October 24, 2014 

For weeks, I have been warning that this day was coming.  Ebola is now confirmed in New York City.

(NaturalNews) NY Daily News is reporting today that Dr. Craig Spencer ran around New York City "after first telling authorities he self-quarantined himself." [1] The paper also says Dr. Spencer "hit the [bowling] lanes in Williamsburg." 

Dr. Spencer recently returned from Guinea, one of the worst-hit Ebola outbreak nations in West Africa. Today he was "rushed to a hospital with suspected Ebola symptoms" which reportedly include nausea and a 103-degree temperature. Media reports say Dr. Spencer has been in New York City for a period of 10 days, first entering the country through the JFK airport. 

According to news reports, Dr. Spencer is now confirmed to have tested positive for Ebola. [4] 

The bar area of one of the bowling alleys Dr. Spencer visited has now been closed, reports NY Daily News. This brings up the obvious question: was Dr. Spencer drinking alcohol? If so, was his judgment impaired? Society rightfully frowns upon drinking and driving, but what about drinking and potentially transmitting Ebola in public places?