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Rick Perry: Children monitored after possible contact with Ebola patient


A man in Texas who has been diagnosed with Ebola had been in the country for several days before being hospitalized and quarantined.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry held a press conference today and said that school children are being monitored after having been near the Ebola patient:

Breaking: Gov. Rick Perry says "some school age children had contact" with the #Ebola patient in Dallas. #khou

— The Bishop (@BillBishopKHOU) October 1, 2014

TX Gov. Perry: Some school-aged children have been in contact with #Ebola patient @NewsHour

— Joshua Barajas (@Josh_Barrage) October 1, 2014

Gov. Rick Perry says some school-age children had contact with Ebola patient and are being monitored for the disease.

— CNBC (@CNBC) October 1, 2014

Texas Gov. Perry says school-aged children had contact with #Ebola patient; they’ve been identified & being monitored

— FOX59 News (@FOX59) October 1, 2014

Not good :(. Gov Perry announcing acc to CNN Ebola patient in contact with school aged children.And hospital didn't inquire about his travel

— C Foote (@technolibrary) October 1, 2014

Rick Perry is on TV to tell us that school age children have been exposed to Ebola. But not to panic!

— Trisha Lemons (@trishmunky) October 1, 2014


Patient had contact with five children who attend four different Dallas-area schools, per school official. #Ebola

— Elise Viebeck (@eliseviebeck) October 1, 2014

A few parents at Sam Tasby Middle School have picked up students– #DHHS says student may have been exposed to #Ebola

— Sebastian Robertson (@wfaasebastian) October 1, 2014

#Dallas #HHD says student at LL Hotchkiss Elementary may have come in contact with #Ebola — parents picking up #wfaa

— Sebastian Robertson (@wfaasebastian) October 1, 2014



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