More to panic about when it comes to Ebola?

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Grego sounds off on the latest developments when it comes to Ebola:

"Another Ebola first, a young Dallas nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Nina Pham, 26, who cared for now deceased Thomas Eric Duncan. has contracted the disease on American soil! Officials cited an "inadvertant breach of protocol" as the cause, then apologized because they were blaming her. The CDC says don't panic, don't be irrational in your efforts to avoid Ebola.. etc. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization is calling the Ebola outbreak the "most severe acute health emergency in modern times"- new cases of Ebola now "rising exponentially" in the three hardest-hit countries: Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. New data suggests that even tiny droplets of a patient`s body fluids can contain the virus, meaning 'you can have on a protective suit and be very careful, but can pick up some secretions or body fluids on a surface' and spread it that way. Like a gas pump! I think attempts to keep panic low means they're lying to us. So, it's up to you and me to change our behavior just in case.. For example, I got dragged to the grocery store yesterday and had to push the cart. The minute I gripped the handle, I knew my hands until I used some of this hand sanitizer, I would go no where near my face or eyes and mouth.. no where near the head. Ebola is here friends. Keep an eye on who's around and if they look sick. Get away.. hope and pray for the best."

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