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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, on possibly increasing duration of the Ebola incubation.
(CNN) – Donald Plusquellic mayor of Akron, Ohio, was supposed to appear on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" alongside Summit County Ohio Public Health medical director Dr. Margo Erme to talk about the city's response to Ebola.
But minutes before the segment began, the mayor walked away, over a disagreement with Erme about proper health procedures.
"We had a spirited discussion on where an infected Ebola patient ought to be treated," Erme said of the disagreement. "I gave my opinion based on our discussions with the hospital and the CDC and the Ohio Department of Health, knowing that we do not have any Ebola cases here. And he offered a differing opinion."
(CNN) – Dallas is preparing for more Ebola cases, says Mayor Mike Rawlings.
"I'm planning that we may have another case or two of this," Rawlings said in an interview on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
(CNN) – The single, biggest misconception about Ebola is that "it's very easy to catch it," says CNN medical analyst Dr. Alexander van Tulleken.
"We have health care workers, like Nina Pham, who caught it even though she was wearing protective gear, so it's a very tricky distinction to make between contagious and infectious," he said.
"Just a single drop of infected bodily fluids can give you Ebola. But it's not very contagious, because most of the people exposed to it don't catch it," said van Tulleken.
For more of our interview with Dr. Alexander van Tulleken, check out the video above.