43 people are off Ebola watch list in US, over 200 still on the list

A milestone was hit for dozens of people that came into contact with Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan before he was hospitalized are being monitored for possible Ebola symptoms. The 43 people, including eight students, were taken off the watch list Monday. Read more »

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