Early testing in Kansas shows a patient there likely does not have Ebola. A medic who has been working on a ship off the coast of West-Central Africa arrived at the University of Kansas hospital Monday with possible symptoms.
Concerns about the disease have grown enormously over the past few weeks. In fact, the head of the CDC said recently that they were getting about 50 calls or e-mails a day about Ebola before the first diagnosis in Dallas.
Now it's up to 800 calls or e-mails a day.
Kyung Lah has more OutFront.
At least 76 more health care workers in Dallas are now being monitored for Ebola. The Centers for Disease Control say that's the number who may have come into contact with Ebola patient Thomas Duncan.
CNN is also learning new details about the Dallas nurse, Nina Pham, who is infected with Ebola. In interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, her close friend and former colleague Jennifer Joseph said Pham was wearing a full hazmat suit when treating Duncan.
So how was she able to contract the deadly virus?
The director of the CDC today admitted the agency could have done more to prevent Pham from contracting the virus:
"I wish we had put a team on the ground the day the first patient was diagnosed. That may have prevented this infection," Dr. CDC Director Tom Frieden said.
When Erin Burnett found out about this project, she generally knew about her family history. She knew her family was from Scotland and Ireland. Erin found some things she didn't know, like she has some Russian blood. But the biggest surprise was finally learning the details about her family back in Scotland.
The CNN Roots project actually began the weekend Erin was heading to her childhood home, where her parents were packing up to move after nearly 50 years.
Photos: Erin Burnett's 'Roots'
Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, was freed in a prisoner swap after nearly five years in captivity with the Taliban. For the first time, Bergdahl's friend is now speaking out, saying he believes Bergdahl walked away from his post in Afghanistan in 2009.
It's been four months since Bergdahl was freed and now CNN is learning new details about what he's doing and why he hasn't spoken to his own parents for so long.
CNN's Ed Lavandera has this exclusive OutFront investigation.
Erin Burnett is the anchor of Erin Burnett OutFront airing weekdays at 7pm ET. When she's not in front of the camera, you can find her traveling the world and spending quality time with her family.
Erin shares 10 things you probably didn't know about her:
1. Growing up, my favorite role model was Amelia Earhart.
2. My favorite foods include brownies for dessert and Israeli couscous as a base for dinner.
3. I don't play any instruments now, but as a kid, I played the piano.
4. In college, field hockey was my passion. I played all four years and we went to nationals.
5. I like to watch the Travel Channel, Discovery and Hallmark Channel at Christmas.
6. I read both fiction and nonfiction books. But more fiction. I enjoy a Scandinavian thriller, say, by Jo Nesbo.
7. On my free time, I spend every second with my son, Nyle. I love when he falls asleep in my arms, how his smile makes other people happy, and I love reading him almost anything. His favorites right now are Eric Carle's "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" and "Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?"
8. I have been to more than eighty countries, but at the top of the visit list is New Zealand. I recently discovered I have relatives living there after traveling to the Isle of Skye, Scotland for our ROOTS special.
9. I grew up on a farm and my favorite pet was a cat named Andy. Once, he crawled in the radiator of a car, traveled 5 miles in there, and crawled out. He never left! Here's the poem I wrote for school:
"Andy is my little guy.
Even when I hold him high.
Even when I hold him tight.
Andy is my guy alright."
10. I can whistle a tune.