Meanwhile, in the real world, the photo below shows how the sophisticated U.S. public health system is caring for Ebola exposure cases.
That looks safe RT @connortryan: Red Cross worker delivers supplies to quarantined family of #Ebola victim in Dallas pic.twitter.com/suWmQFtDL3
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) October 2, 2014
Not a pretty picture.
American public health agencies apparently recommend more protective measures when cleaning up a broken florescent light bulb than they do for workers dispatched to known Ebola contamination locations.