Fake-News - Texas Town Quarantined After Family of Five Test Positive for Ebola
Nov 22, 2014
Oct 15, 2014
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The Fake News: Texas Town Quarantined After Family Of Five Test Positive For The Ebola Virus
It has been verified that Jack Phillips returned from Dallas last week while on business. Shortly after arriving home, Mr. Phillips began exhibiting flu-like symptoms, but did not immediately go to the hospital. At this time his wife and children began showing similar symptoms, which provoked the family to get tested. Doctors then learned that Phillips, his wife, and three children had contracted Ebola haemorrhagic fever.
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