Happy Reunion: Dallas Nurse Gets Dog Back
Nina Pham and Bentley reunited for first time in weeks
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 1, 2014 12:02 PM CDT
Nina Pham holds up her dog Bentley at Hensley Field in Grand Prairie, Texas.   (FORT WORTH WEEKLY, 360 WEST)

(Newser) – Dallas nurse Nina Pham is free of Ebola. So is her dog Bentley. And today, the two happily reunited for the first time since Oct. 12, when Pham had to be hospitalized, reports USA Today. As one tweet (with photo) observes, "He can't stop kissing Nina." Dallas officials decided to quarantine the 1-year-old dog for 21 days rather than follow the lead of Spain and euthanize it. In Maine, meanwhile, nurse Kaci Hickox is sticking close to home a day after winning the right to go out in public unrestricted if she wishes, reports the Bangor Daily News.

“They understand the sentiment in the community, and they do not want to be disruptive," says the local police chief of Hickox and her boyfriend.
 

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