And here you go:
Several Planet Princeton readers reported seeing Snyderman in public last week. One reader saw Snyderman sitting in her car outside of the Peasant Grill in Hopewell Boro Thursday afternoon. A reader reported that a man who was with her got out of the car and went inside the restaurant to pick up a take-out order. Another man was in the back seat of her black Mercedes. Snyderman had sunglasses on and had her hair pulled back, the reader said.
Nancy Snyderman is a doctor and television reporter. She should know better about his whole Ebola outbreak, right? Well, no. Read on:
She and her crew were reporting in Liberia about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa with Ashoka Mukpo, a freelance cameraman who was infected with the disease. He is now being treated in Omaha, Nebraska. After Mukpo came down with the disease on Oct. 1, the head of NBC announced in a letter that Snyderman and the rest of her crew would voluntarily be isolated for 21 days. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people exposed to the virus develop symptoms two to 21 days after their exposure.
One of her cameraman was infected! I am not sure what quarantine means to Nancy but take-out probably doesn’t count. So if a physician (and minor celebrity) can’t follow the CDC’s recommendations, what about the rest of us?