Outrageous: This food delivery to Ebola family is truly unbelievable [pics]

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Surely that’s not the case, right? Guess again.

Resident inside #EbolaDallas apt takes deliveries inside. pic.twitter.com/s0eOYgNdBX

— STEVE PICKETT (@STEVEPICK11) October 2, 2014

But, hey, it’s cool. They are quarantined and all.

I don't understand why Duncan's family is quarantined in a contaminated apartment. Boggles the mind.

— Lexi Mainland (@lexinyt) October 3, 2014

Take a look at the food delivery to the supposedly quarantined family of the Dallas Ebola patient.

BREAKING: hygeine issue within #Ebola patient residence being considered. Food being delivered.

— Janet St. James (@janetstjames) October 2, 2014

Several days' of food was delivered to apt under containment. Contractor hired to address hygiene issues in that unit. @CBSDFW #Ebola

— Jennifer Lindgren (@JLindgrenCBS11) October 2, 2014

#EbolaDallas food boxes dropped at front door. Supplies for next 3weeks. pic.twitter.com/HoP0xnrJZ6

— STEVE PICKETT (@STEVEPICK11) October 2, 2014

That looks safe RT @connortryan: Red Cross worker delivers supplies to quarantined family of #Ebola victim in Dallas pic.twitter.com/suWmQFtDL3

— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) October 2, 2014

This Red Cross worker delivering supplies to the QUARANTINED #Dallas #Ebola victim needs an @RBPundit #HazMatSuit pic.twitter.com/suWmQFtDL3

— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) October 2, 2014

Yep.

@CindyReynolds Where eyewitnesses saw him throwing up when the ambulance came…nearby children playing. Pro-tip: Plan for the worse.

— penelope210 (@penelopesire) October 2, 2014

@Cameron_Gray @RBPundit And did you see the crew "cleaning" the parking lot? Not a hazmat suit in sight.

— Blondie203235 (@Blondie203235) October 2, 2014

As Twitchy reported, a news chopper caught a clean-up crew outside of the Ebola patient’s apartment. And it was enraging and outrageous.

And now this. It’s truly unreal.

@connortryan @nypost no gloves?

— forrest freeman (@ForrestFreeman0) October 2, 2014

@connortryan @nypost ok, y isn't this guy in a mask & gloves & the proper clothes? this shit is no joking matter

— dawn de costa (@memasbabes) October 2, 2014

Bingo. There are precautions taken for ridiculous things. And this? Whatever!

@Cameron_Gray @RBPundit No gloves, nothing! This is crazy! We wore disposable suits while cleaning paint booths.

— CJSAY (@Sr4liberty) October 2, 2014

@connortryan @nypost Shouldn't this be done by someone at the State's Health Services Department? Shouldn't he have a mask on?

— Tina Rodriguez (@TinaHMRod) October 2, 2014

@karen1atl Pic of @redcross worker delivering food to the quarantined. No protection, nothing. Like a lamb at Easter pic.twitter.com/YlprmnYIuO

— jaja (@JaJasTweets) October 2, 2014

@connortryan @DanRiehl Make that: *Expendible* Red Cross worker trudges thru Ebola victim’s vomit to deliver supplies…

— WitCoHE (@E__Strobel) October 2, 2014

@connortryan @DanRiehl Kinda concerned about lack of any protection.

— vanna516 (@vanna516) October 2, 2014

@KraftyWurker @mkues65 @Cameron_Gray @RBPundit Seriously, Officials are NOT taking EBOLA very seriously.!! OMG so scary.

— Susan (@sueinwny) October 2, 2014

@Cameron_Gray @RBPundit Another entry in the Annals of Cluelessness. Are they trying to cause an epidemic?

— Ray Savage (@greymagus) October 2, 2014

Check out the shirt he’s wearing. #Facepalm pic.twitter.com/Y7e1imiFya

— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) October 2, 2014

Frightening.

"Don't worry. It's highly unlikely to come to the US." -> "Don't worry. He didn't have symptoms." -> "Don't worry about the clean up crew."

— RB (@RBPundit) October 2, 2014

With every new piece of information suggesting we should have worried before, we keep getting told not to worry.

— RB (@RBPundit) October 2, 2014

That’s right. And an exit much-needed reminder evidently:

#YesAllHazMatSuits

— RB (@RBPundit) October 2, 2014

Repeat often.

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Twitchy coverage of Ebola

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