Dallas Ebola victim’s stepdaughter can go back to Work

 

  • Youngor Jallah, 35, was called by the CDC on Sunday to say she can go back to work
  • Ms Jallah was with Thomas Eric Duncan when he was taken to a Dallas hospital. She made him tea, helped him move and was in ambulance with him
  • She told MailOnline: ‘They said I can go back to work but I do not know what I will do. I will not go back yet’
  • It can take 21 days for a patient to begin to come down with the dreaded disease from the time they first come in contact with a sufferer 
  • But people are not considered infectious if they are not showing symptoms 
  • Mr Duncan, 42, remains in a critical condition and is being given an experimental drug to aid his desperate struggle for life

 

 

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Dan Mullin is an active writer and editor for the Pluto Daily who covered the 2014 Ebola Outbreak. Mullin attended the Wake Forest School of Medicine before leaving to pursue his lifelong science goal of allowing humans to live forever via a computer/brain transfer.