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"What I think and what I know is that what happened after my sickness was likely for many politicians a convenient chance to appear presidential," Spencer said.
"As you can see, Dr. Spencer is a very huggable guy," Mayor de Blasio said.
It's unclear if Spencer will be returning to his Hamilton Heights apartment.
"This is an extreme that is really unacceptable, and I feel like my basic human rights have been violated," Hickox said. "To put me through this emotional and physical stress is completely unacceptable."
Spencer noted that he has received "about 200 calls from reporters and 300 emails," but hasn't had an opportunity to respond yet: "When you have Ebola, not the best way to spend your time."
One woman reportedly faked having a stroke to get out of working there.
The Health Department has now released a complete timeline of the movements of Dr. Craig Spencer, the Harlem resident who has tested positive for Ebola.
"There is no cause for everyday New Yorkers to be alarmed," he said. "Ebola is an extremely hard disease to contract. There’s no reason for New Yorkers to change their daily routines in any way.”
With Dr. Craig Spencer quarantined at Bellevue Hospital after testing positive for Ebola yesterday, city officials are urging calm as they track his movements over recent days around NYC, and address various health concerns of the public.
It's unclear when The Gutter will reopen, because they are going to re-sanitize.
A NYC doctor went to the High Line, the Meatball Shop and bowling in Williamsburg before heading to the hospital WITH EBOLA.
Mayor de Blasio said, 'There is no reason for New Yorkers to be alarmed.'
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