Some of the dozens of people who are being watched for possible exposure to Ebola in the United States are expected to continue to be cleared on Monday, potentially easing concerns about the spread of the disease after two nurses were infected.
Among those who have been released from quarantine are the friends and family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Ebola patient who died of the disease October 8th. And a Dallas lab worker who spent much of a Caribbean holiday cruise in isolation tested negative for the deadly virus and left the Carnival Magic liner with other passengers after it docked at Galveston, Texas, early on Sunday morning.
ABC’s Jim Ryan joined us from Dallas.
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