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WASHINGTON - Health experts are monitoring "a handful" of people who were potentially exposed to Ebola through physical contact with the first patient diagnosed with the deadly virus in the United States, the top US public health official said on Wednesday.
US airlines and their trade group Airlines for America are in close contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on actions the US government is taking to address Ebola health concerns, according to a spokesperson for JetBlue.
CHICAGO/NEW YORK - The first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in a U.S. hospital was uated initially and turned away, a critical missed opportunity that could result in others being exposed to the deadly virus, infectious disease experts said.
Rare and expensive paintings by various masters were no longer at the condominium unit of former First Lady Imelda Marcos when National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) tried to seize them, GMA News' Kara David reported on "24 Oras" Wednesday.
Interior Secretary Mar Roxas has ordered the suspension of eight firearm dealers' license to operate over their failure to account for 116 imported firearms.
Two of the three companies that donated to the controversial renovation of the Philippine National Police chief's official quarters inside Camp Crame are no strangers to the government. According to Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS), Pacific Concrete Corp. and Ulticon Builders have bagged contracts from government agencies amounting to P4 billion, with some of the deals dating back to 2009. The renovation was one of the bases for the filing of graft and plunder complaints against PNP chief Director General Alan Purisima.