RESPONSE: The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agreed Saturday to some — but not all — of Gov. Rick Scott’s Ebola-related requests.
RESPONSE: The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agreed Saturday to some — but not all — of Gov. Rick Scott’s Ebola-related requests. James Gathany Courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
RESPONSE: The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agreed Saturday to some — but not all — of Gov. Rick Scott’s Ebola-related requests. James Gathany Courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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