Authorities in Texas have found a homeless person who might have had contact with the lone Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. after a frantic search Sunday. The effort to locate the man, considered to be a “low-risk individual”, was stressed by authorities as a “precaution.”
Meanwhile, the head of the Allergy and Infectious Diseases Institutes at the National Institute of Health said Sunday he would not be surprised if one of the people who came into direct contact with the Texas Ebola patient when he was ill would get Ebola.
ABC’s Jim Ryan joined us from Dallas.
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