New York authorities monitoring 120 people for Ebola
According to an official from the office of Mayor de Blasio, the city authorities have been vigorously monitoring just about one hundred and twenty people who have lately returned from Ebola-stricken places. The administration has taken such a step as a caution in order to prevent the reach of the deadly Ebola virus in the city. According to Marti Adams, the Mayor’s first deputy press secretary, majority of the 117 people being kept under observation had flown into the from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone on October 11 or afterwards. The steps of active monitoring include maintaining regular communication with the persons concerned.