Oh well. “Self-monitoring.” Case closed!

As Twitchy readers know, a health care worker in Dallas, Texas, has tested positive in preliminary tests for Ebola.

The CDC can’t get its story straight: Breach in protocol or not? But, shhh! Don’t ask any questions, guys, says a HuffPo journo.

Regardless, the “self-monitoring” aspect is a disturbing issue.

Minimal. Risk.

Oh, just a low level of blood vomiting and stuff.

Now. Too little, too late?


And it was likely more than 90 minutes total, really. How long had she a fever before she took her own temperature?

This is unreal.

Dangerous incompetence? Nailed it.


It takes one Instapundit question to torch Donna Brazile’s latest Ebola idiocy (and it’s perfect)

Donna Brazile: Don’t worry about Ebola; ‘they want you to be afraid’

‘All that stuff IS scary’: Donna Brazile flamed over ‘GOP’s scheme to frighten America’

That awkward moment when CDC claims Ebola ‘protocol breach’ or something. Then ‘forgets’ to mention it HERE

This Huffpo journo forgot he has ONE JOB: Guys, don’t ask questions about new Ebola case (What journalism!)

Guess what John McCain wants Obama to do about Ebola (Hint: WTF?)

National Journal reporter Ron Fournier: Time for CDC to reconsider Ebola protocols — and talking points

If you still think Ebola isn’t highly contagious, Joe Scarborough has a reminder for you

Breaking: Texas health care worker who treated ‘patient zero’ tests positive for Ebola; Update: President Obama has been briefed; Update: Patient went into isolation within 90 minutes of feeling symptoms; Update: ‘Patient was wearing protective gear’: Update: Patient noticed fever on Friday?

The Obama admin, CDC won’t like this Ebola truth-snark from Sharyl Attkisson, but you will!

‘Trying to CAUSE epidemic?’ This food delivery to Ebola family is truly unbelievable [photos]

News chopper caught Ebola clean-up crew; Um. Notice anything missing? (It’s enraging) [photo]

Twitchy coverage of Ebola