Now that a second nurse from the Dallas hospital that was treating Thomas Eric Duncan, the first U.S. Ebola patient, was found to have contracted Ebola, the media has ratcheted up coverage of the crisis and frightened many people as a result. The infected nurse took a Frontier flight from Cleveland to Dallas while she had a slight temperature, which was below the CDC guidelines for the Ebola breakout. The nurse had called the CDC and informed the agency of her temperature but she was not stopped from boarding. And now near-panic has spread. “Because of the proximity in time between the evening flight and first report of illness the following morning, CDC is reaching out to passengers," the agency said. The plane had 132 passengers.