As the threat looms in Ohio of a possible Ebola outbreak following a nurse traveling to Ohio after she cared for Thomas Duncan, who died form Ebola, Ohio as been stepping up its game to prepare. Govern John Kasich said that the state is even going beyond federal measures to be careful. When CDC agents couldn’t find a way to Ohio, the governor chartered a plane for them to fly immediately to the Buckeye state at 2 a.m. Wednesday the Dispatch reported. Ohio’s protocols have been modified to be even more strict than the CDC’s set of guidelines.
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