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October 03, 2014
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins (L) gives directions to one of the people at the apartment unit where...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Dallas County Judge Jenkins gives directions to one of the people at the apartment unit where Duncan,...
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins (L) gives directions to one of the people at the apartment unit where Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian citizen diagnosed with the Ebola virus had been staying, in Dallas, Texas, October 3, 2014. Health officials in Dallas charged with checking the spread of Ebola have narrowed their focus to about 50 people who had direct or indirect contact with Duncan, including 10 at high risk who are being checked twice daily for symptoms. A cleanup crew was decontaminating the apartment where Duncan had been staying before he was admitted to the hospital five days ago. Four people close to Duncan who were quarantined in the apartment in a northeastern section of the city have been moved to an undisclosed location, said Sana Syed, the public information officer for the City of Dallas. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER)
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