NEW YORK -- As news of New York's first confirmed Ebola case spreads through the city, New Yorkers -- even those riding the same subway lines the patient traveled on -- are remaining markedly calm.
"I'm not really scared," Neil Bridges, an architectural surveyor riding the A train Friday morning, told The Huffington Post. He held up his backpack, which contained a package of Wet Wipes in the side pocket. "I've worked in a lot of dirty buildings. I always keep clean."