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08-17-2015, 03:59 PM
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A Quinnipiac University political science professor arrived from Sierra Leone West Africa he was exposed to Ebola while visiting his family in Sierra Leone.

He is now back in CT teaching students at his local college.

He is under Ebola monitoring and he reports his temperature to the department of health everyday. Although studies have show that 10% of people with Ebola never get fevers.

I take my temperature twice a day and report to two health officials from the Quinnipiac Valley Health Authority over the phone,” Hamden resident Fodei Batty, assistant professor of political science at Quinnipiac, wrote in an op-ed published in the Hartford Courant called “Ebola Epidemic’s Legacy Of Fear And Corruption.” “I keep wondering, however, if these precautionary measures really would be necessary if the American people had an accurate picture of how the epidemic unfolded since last year.”

From 2007 to 2009, he served as policy analyst in the Sierra Leone’s president’s office.