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Amber Vinson, 29, the Dallas nurse who was being treated for Ebola, speaks in October at a news conference after being discharged from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. Vinson, who flew on a commercial jet before being diagnosed with Ebola, said she wasn't careless or reckless. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic (right) talks to Anna Younker, the owner of Coming Attractions Bridal and Formal as they look at dresses during a media event promoting the shop's grand re-opening in Akron. Younker closed the store temporarily after Amber Vinson shopped at the store before she was diagnosed with Ebola. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
A technician with ClorDiSys decontamination services of Lebanon, New Jersey, moves an ultraviolet light disinfection device called The Torch into Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal, Inc. on Oct. 19th in Akron. The company was hired as a precaution because Amber Vinson, the Dallas nurse diagnosed with Ebola, visited the store. (Michael Chritton/Akron Beacon Journal)
Ebola patient Amber Vinson and Dr. Bruce Ribner, medical director of Emory University Hospital's Serious Communicable Disease Unit, speak to the media at a press conference following Vinson's release from the hospital Oct. 28, 2014. (Bob Andres/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/MCT)
Anna Younker, owner of the Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal shop on Oct. 16th in Akron. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)