If this was how they were dealing with Ebola in Texas, it is a miracle that only two nurses contracted the disease. It is also apparent that nurses were assigned to go straight from the Ebola patients room to care for other patients.
It is also apparent that nurses are reluctant to speak up for fear of retaliation.
Lastly, read Richard Preston's book "The Hot Zone" to see how NIH (not CDC) deals with Ebola. That will really open your eyes as to the inadequacy of the above protocols. If either of these nurses dies, the authorities of that Texas hospital should be tried for murder or at least manslaughter.
While you are here, scroll down or jump to July 2012 to read a sample of the book "The End of Shift Report" Thank You!