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1. MSNBC Reporter Who Broke Her Ebola Quarantine Probably Only Guilty Of Infecting Public With Subpar Journalism 

After MSNBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman voluntarily quarantined herself due to being exposed to the Ebola virus, the medical correspondent was seen out of her home in her car picking up take-out food. Many people were understandably upset, despite her half-hearted apology. In an attempt to calm people, CDC director Dr. Thomas Frieden told CNN that Snyderman probably did not trigger a nationwide epidemic, since she wasn't showing any symptoms. "If she was not sick, she was not putting others at risk," he explained. So, I think what he's saying is that you probably don't have Ebola if you're not feeling sick. However, if you are feeling sick, then you have Ebola. I don't know about you, but I feel much better now.