CNN: Ambulance ‘in use for 2 days after EBOLA patient was transported’

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The government is assuring everyone that they are on top of the Ebola situation but some reports would have you believe that they’re only playing by ear.

City of Dallas spokesperson Sana Syed confirms Dallas ambulance #37 was in use for two days after the EBOLA patient was transported. #CNN

— Jennifer Feldman (@jenniferfeldman) October 1, 2014

So the ambulance crew was quarantined but the ambulance stayed in service?

@jenniferfeldman Surely, someone disinfects ambulances, right?

— Richard Callow (@publiceyestl) October 1, 2014

@publiceyestl You would hope!

— Jennifer Feldman (@jenniferfeldman) October 1, 2014

Cnn crew returned from Liberia. US customs said "welcome home". No check. Now ambulance used to move TX ebola patient used for 48hrs after.

— Erin Burnett (@ErinBurnett) October 1, 2014

@ErinBurnett Not good at all…

— Frank Oliver (@Glades2) October 1, 2014

@ErinBurnett So US customs is more worried about you & Cnn bringing back fruit in your suitcase than potentially being infected w/ ebola?

— Legal Marketers (@KstreetLegalJoe) October 1, 2014

@ErinBurnett POTUS needs to have FBI assist CDC in tracking down anyone who might have come in contact with the patient #EbolaintheUS

— Frank Oliver (@Glades2) October 1, 2014

That might be a good start.

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