For thousands of passengers, a seven-day cruise around the Caribbean has turned into floating nightmare after it was discovered a Texas health care worker on board is believed to have handled specimens from an Ebola patient who later died from the virus.
Shailene Woodley, who has several sex scenes in Gregg Araki’s “White Bird in a Blizzard,” including one in which her character loses her virginity, told The New York Post, “It’s always an awkward situation when you have to pretend to be intimate with someone that you’re not actually intimate with . . . I think the awkwardness probably lends itself to these great virginity scenes.”
The search for people who may have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus continued to widen Friday with Frontier Airlines and both federal and state officials reaching out to over 700 passengers and crew, following the diagnosis of a second Dallas nurse who took two commercial flights between Dallas and Cleveland — while possibly showing symptoms of the disease.