There's a reason for that;
The Associated Press and other press outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed.So a complicit media self-censoring to help the administration? Well now they're backpedaling:
This piece originally and inadvertently suggested that The Associated Press and other news organizations were in agreement “not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed.” I regret this misinterpretation. In fact, AP is in no agreement with other outlets regarding news coverage. AP’s own position is that it will still report some suspected cases of Ebola if they cause enough disruption, even if there’s no confirmation the person has Ebola.Yeah. AFTER the election is over and there was no 'suggestion', it was a direct statement. It was only 'inadvertent' that people noticed. Just like the real 'health care' numbers have been delayed and F&F documents were released right before the polls closed. I'll wager ammo the unemployment numbers are going to be 'readjusted' sharply upward and gas prices are going to spike w/i the next week or so .