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Fake-News - As Many As 10,000 NYC Residents Possibly Exposed to Ebola

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Fake-News - As Many As 10,000 NYC Residents Possibly Exposed to Ebola

The article below: "As Many As 10,000 NYC Residents Possibly Exposed to Ebola," published on fake or news satirical website www.nationalreport.net, should not be trusted. Almost all of the articles on the website are fictional and should not be taken as facts.

The Fake News: As Many As 10,000 NYC Residents Possibly Exposed to Ebola

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Fox News is reporting that the New York City doctor diagnosed of having Ebola (Dr. Craig Spencer) took as many as FIVE subway rides.using a simple calculation of others who may have been on the subway with Dr. Spencer (during peak hours in one of the nation’s most populated cities), National Report predicts as many as 10,000 US citizens may have been exposed to the Ebola virus. RedFlag News has issued a Level 1, Full Scale, Emergency Activation Plan.

In 2013, New York City’s average weekday subway ridership was 5.5 million people. Although NY City Mayor Bill De Blasio urged calm during a Thursday evening press conference, residents became unnerved when reports surfaced that Dr. Spencer enjoyed an evening among the public on Wednesday, including bowling in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.

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