Your Questions About Ebola Answered

Bazi Kanani answers the biggest concerns about an Ebola patient in the U.S. voiced on social media.
1:31 | 08/02/14

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This disease with no known cure now here in America is causing fear and controversy. ABC's -- -- cannot hear now answering some of the biggest question its. Okay in large numbers of people on social media today asking might bring -- here. Health experts say it's simple the top level care victims will get in the united state will increase their chance of survival. But cook -- -- again out this right here. The extreme precautions taken to transport and care for infected patient makes that highly unlikely say experts. And if other aid workers like these peace corps volunteers returning from West Africa come down with -- went back home. The CDC is competent American hospitals are equipped and ready to contain the disease. But screening is key. How -- those travelers -- and doctors with hand held thermometers and thermal imaging cameras like peas are now at West African airport to catch anyone with a fever. We're taking -- -- precautions folks were coming from these countries that. And even a marginal risk we're making sure we're -- screening as a leave the country we'll do additional screening -- we're here. President Obama says there also be screening on this and when delegations from the affected countries in West Africa. -- right here in DC for the US African leaders summit starting Monday. --

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