Whether or not Ebola is transmissible through the air, which is the subject of much debate and great speculation, we do know that close physical contact with an infected person is a sure fire way to put one's self at risk of contracting the virus

After yesterday's bombshell admission that an Ebola patient is being treated in Dallas, a second potential victim is now being monitored. This person evidently had close physical contact with "patient zero."

KENS-5 San Antonio is reporting:

DALLAS — Due to close contact with a patient diagnosed with the Ebola virus, a second person is under the close monitoring of health officials as a possible second patient, said the director of Dallas County's health department Wednesday morning in an interview with WFAA.

Zachary Thompson, the director of Dallas County Health and Human Services, says all those who've been in close contact with the diagnosed patient are being monitored as a precaution. However, Thompson pointed to one person in particular as a potential second case.

"Let me be real frank to the Dallas County residents, the fact that we have one confirmed case, there may be another case that is a close associate with this particular patient," he said in a Wednesday interview with WFAA. "… So this is real. There should be a concern, but it's contained to the specific family members and close friends at this moment."

The director continued to assure residents that the public isn't at risk as health officials have the virus contained.

I'm sure that some officials have proclaimed that the public is not at risk in certain African nations as well. The truth is that people do need to remain calm, but not while swallowing every bit of propaganda they are fed.

You cannot trust every word you hear from health officials at this point. It is their collective wisdom which has left the momentous world-wide Ebola pandemic spiraling out of control.

It is time to prepare.

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