Ebola on the way to return?
Washington Dulles International Airport has hired a part-time crew to screen for viruses, according to DailyMail.com.
The Northern Virginia Emergency Medical Services Council told the news that all screen jobs announced by government contractor Caduceus Healthcare in August had been filled. It is unclear if Dulles had used Ebola screeners before.
Separately, the Epoch Times reports that the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is seeking a public health nurse to oversee the biological treatment program. The ad lists Ebola and other potential threats.
The second deadliest Ebola epidemic in history has spread across three provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, infecting more than 3,000 people and killing more than 2,000 people last year. The number of cases has slowed, but officials in many countries fear that migrants may spread the virus, which has also emerged in Uganda and Guinea.
Cases related to the present outbreak have not been reported in the United States.