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CDC: 2nd Nurse with Ebola Was Cleared to Fly

DALLAS (AP) - A federal health official says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cleared a nurse who has Ebola to fly from Cleveland, Ohio, to Dallas.
CDC spokesman David Daigle says Amber Joy Vinson spoke with the CDC official responsible for monitoring her health before she boarded the flight Monday.
Daigle says the 29-year-old Vinson reported her temperature was below 100.4 degrees and she had no symptoms. Ebola sufferers aren't contagious until they show symptoms.
The official said she could board Frontier Airlines Flight 1143.
Vinson is the second Dallas nurse to become infected after treating a Liberian man who died of Ebola last week.
CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden says Vinson traveled to Ohio at the weekend before she knew that her colleagues had been diagnosed with Ebola.

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