A second Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital worker who cared for "patient zero" Thomas Eric Duncan has contracted Ebola. Duncan died last week and Nina Pham, the first nurse to be infected after caring for him, remains in quarantine. But don't panic, guys.

This week, according to ABC News, a second worker found herself feverish and then quarantined in the hospital. The Center for Disease Control has already begun confirmation testing.

In addition to this second new Ebola infection, the Texas Health Presbyterian administration are monitoring the other health care workers who came in contact with Duncan's bodily fluids — which is how Ebola is spread (not by air like a cold, for example).

The CDC is blaming the hospital for not training their staff properly on how to safely handle ebola patients like Duncan. The nurses are alleging that Duncan was left in "an open area of a Dallas emergency room for hours," those who treated him weren't given the appropriate protective gear and they were tending to other patients who were not infected with Ebola. The CDC says the Texas Presbyterian staff learned how to care for Duncan on the fly and the nurses add that there were rapidly shifting protocols on how to protect their own health on the job.

With this news, it's not time to break out your doomsday panic room gas mask just yet because — well, honestly, that wouldn't save you. For all the terror and death this disease has caused, it's only infected two people stateside and only one person has succumbed to Ebola. Because of how the disease can be passed from one person to another, Ebola is not airborne, it's not the easiest disease to catch if you aren't a health worker caring for patient two and three. These facts mean there isn't a large chance of Ebola spreading, though you should make sure to be safe, stay away from other people's bodily fluids, wash your hands and stay informed. Most importantly, don't panic.

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