Ebola worries keep some Dallas students Home

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Some Dallas parents picked up their kids early from school Wednesday after five students that attended class had possibly been exposed to the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. None of the children have shown any symptoms and the parents are keeping a close eye at home, where they are supposed to stay for a matter of three weeks. Dallas Independent school District Superintendent Mike Miles said. Ebola is not contagious until symptoms appear and then it can only be spread by close contact with a patient's bodily fluids. Ebola has sickened more than 7,100 people in West Africa, and 3,300 deaths have been found to be linked to the disease, according to the World Health organization. Symptoms may include a fever, muscle pain, vomiting, and bleeding.This article connects to the principal of government otherwise known as Public Services. This is because the public school system is taking charge in a situation local citizens cant control and sending possible effected students home and away from other children at school to keep the student body safe.

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This is because the public school system is taking charge in a situation local citizens cant control and sending possible effected students home and away from other children at school to keep the student body safe.

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