WTF is she doing flying on Monday????? Why wasn't the whole team taking care of the dead man Quarantined????!!! The second Dallas health-care worker diagnosed with Ebola traveled Monday on a Frontier Airlines flight, so health officials announced Wednesday they are contacting passengers from the flight to alert them as a precaution. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is asking all 132 passengers from Frontier flight 1143, which flew from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth on Oct. 13, to call the CDC at 800-232-4636. Public health officials are interviewing passengers and answering their questions. Anyone determined to be at risk will be monitored. The health-care worker exhibited no symptoms on the flight, but developed a fever Oct. 14 after caring for Thomas Duncan, a Liberian who died from Ebola on Oct. 8. The plane "received a thorough cleaning per our normal procedures which is consistent with CDC guidelines prior to returning to service the next day," Frontier said in a statement. "It was also cleaned again in Cleveland (Tuesday) night." Frontier said it would continue to work with CDC and other governmental agencies. "The safety and security of our customers and employees is our primary concern," the airline said.