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Louisville elementary school teacher resigns over potential Ebola scare

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - A teacher asked to wait 21 days before returning to work after a mission trip in Kenya has resigned.

A letter obtained by WDRB states that Susan Sherman would no longer be working for Saint Margaret Mary's school.

She was asked to stay away due to a scare of Ebola even though Kenya is more than 3,000 miles away from the nearest country hit with the virus.

In the letter, Sherman says she has lost "the trust of a large number of people" and did not make the trip without "thought or prayer."

Sherman was not asked to be quarantined.

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