"Leading experts " don't agree on how Ebola is transmitted. Some say you cannot get Ebola from an Ebola patient who sneezes or coughs right near you. Others say you can! Wouldn't it be wisest to always err on the side of caution?
Yes it would be best to error on the side of caution. But it seems like being PC seems to out weigh the public safety. In America our worry about Ebola is very low it is really still contained to Africa at this point.
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