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All Texas epidemiologists are doing at this point is keeping a keen eye out for any other people presenting with flu-like illness who have been in the immediate vicinity of the Texas case. Other epidemiologists are working with immigration and customs enforcement on how to screen people who are coming into the country from West Africa. And others are deployed to West Africa itself to help the response there. In essence, and contrary to what the media would like to present, this will pass. This outbreak will end, and then something else will come.
I did an interview for WBAL radio in Baltimore today. Check it out: http://www.wbal.com/article/98114/21/template-story/Flu-Epidemic-Is-Over-In-Maryland-