New York City Ebola Doctor Took A-Train, L-Train and Went to the High Line (Video)
New York City medical Doctor Craig Spencer, who returned to the US within the past 21 days from Guinea, was hospitalized Thursday.
Dr. Craig Spencer had a high temperature fever this morning. He said he was at home and called his doctor immediately. Dr.Spencer was admitted to Bellevue Hospital after suffering fever and gastrointestinal symptoms.
Dr. Spencer had felt fatigued in the last two days. Reporter Sharon Crowley told FOX News that the doctor Spencer took the A-Train, the L-Train and went to the High Line the last two days in New York City.
He took the subway from Harlem to Brooklyn?!?! YOU LITERALLY HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE ENTIRE CITY SUBWAY SYSTEM TO DO THAT
— Josh (@joshua_heller) October 24, 2014
City officials said the subways will not be shut down.
Dr. Spencer bowled at “The Gutter” last night. The bowling alley was shut down today as a precaution.
Doctor Craig Spencer flew to Africa on September 18 to treat patients in Guinea with non-profit organization, Doctors Without Borders. (Daily Mail)