On September 30, 2014, CDC confirmed the first travel-associated case of EVD diagnosed in the United States in a man who traveled from West Africa to Dallas, Texas.
Are migrants with diseases like Ebola being dumped in San Antonio?
There is an ongoing Ebola outbreak in eastern regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Through early June 2018 and 2019, the outbreak had killed 1,396 people, according to the World Health Organization, making it the second-biggest known outbreak of Ebola.
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This is not the first time I've heard the rumour; it's been on and off Twitter for several weeks.
San Francisco’s program to bus homeless people out of the city has undoubtedly saved lives. But, for others, the program has led them right back where they started. Is it fair for the city to count both groups as a success?
From 2013 to 2018, the city says it helped 11,031 people “exit homelessness,” according to the city data. A little more than half of those people were connected with permanent supportive housing or Rapid Re-Housing, a federal rental assistance program.
The rest boarded a Greyhound bus out of the city.
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