Recently a nurse that attended a Dallas Ebola victim flew to Ohio on the same plane days apart. This is a flight from Dallas to Cleveland round trip route.
It has now been proven that Ebola is spread also through the air, not just from contact with bodily fluids as the government and CDC have been pushing.
Fearful of Ebola, two schools in suburban Cleveland have canceled classes on Thursday, Q13 Fox reported.
Solon Middle School and Parkside Elementary School were closed as a precaution because an unnamed middle school staffer reportedly flew on the Frontier Airlines plane that a Dallas nurse previously used, the Northeast Ohio Media Group reported. Amber Joy Vinson, the second American nurse diagnosed with Ebola, traveled on the same plane the previous evening.
Vinson, a nurse in Texas for two years, was in Ohio visiting family near Akron. She arrived in Cleveland last Saturday on Frontier Flight 1142, according to the airline.
Vinson attended Kent State University and is related to three employees there, Reuters reported. University officials said she did not visit the campus on her recent trip home.
“Out of an abundance of caution, we’re asking the patient’s family members to remain off campus for the next 21 days and self-monitor per CDC protocol,” Dr. Angela DeJulius, Kent State’s health services director, said in a statement.
Texas 420Nurses and their chapters are also alerted to this airborne virus threat. For more details go here for original full report.