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22News explains what you need to know about the possibility of the Ebola virus spreading in Massachusetts.
Six children have died after becoming infected with the Enterovirus D68; nearly 700 people have been infected in the United States.
First responders met a plane at Logan Monday afternoon after someone on board complained of illness from an unknown cause.
The Boston Public Health Commission has confirmed that a patient from Braintree does not have the Ebola virus.
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