US EBOLA PATIENT WAS FORMER FEDEX WORKER WHO DECIDED TO ‘JUST GO’ TO US AFTER FIRING

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As the international media and law enforcement authorities begin to investigate how a man who had contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia came to arrive in Texas, new details are surfacing about Thomas Eric Duncan and his voyage to the United States. Before coming to America to visit family, Duncan worked at a FedEx from which he was dismissed, after which he decided to “just go” to Texas.

According to new details given to the Liberian Observer by someone close to Duncan, Duncan did not leave Liberia with any outward symptoms of the disease. His decision to leave the country, according to the source, followed his dismissal from a job at FedEx Liberia, in early September. “By then, he had already received a visa to visit a relative in Texas (USA), so he decided to just go,” according to the source.

The Observer does not note that the source elaborated on what he meant– whether Duncan had decided to “just go” and attempt to stay in the United States or take advantage of the lack of work hours to leave the country. He also did not discuss the job at FedEx or, specifically, whether the job exposed him to items and packages that could be sent worldwide. Without a job, however, it would be slightly more unreasonable to consider taking a vacation, only to return to unemployment.

Written by FRANCES MARTEL
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