Reunited with his sweetie after flourishing Ebola hell, Dr. Craig Spencer and his fiancée stepped out in open Wednesday in New York and attempted to resume normal life.
One day after being expelled from Bellevue Hospital, Spencer, 33, and his bride-to-be, Morgan Dixon, who had been quarantined as a precaution, left their Hamilton Heights pad during 2:20 p.m. and jumped into a Toyota Camry Uber cab.
The integrate went to a stylish boutique hotel in Harlem.
It was a initial time they had been out together given their calamity began Oct. 23 when Spencer’s heat peaked to 100.
Spencer, wearing a black hoodie sweatshirt and jeans, declined to criticism Wednesday. Morgan — dressed in a navy blue coat, black pants and white headband — asked reporters and photographers, “Respect out privacy, please.”
Morgan underwent a 21-day quarantine in her apartment, a prevision that was carried Tuesday night. She did not agreement a virus.
Doctors during Bellevue announced Spencer Ebola-free and sent him home after 20 days of diagnosis in despotic isolation.
“Today, I’m healthy and no longer infectious,” Spencer pronounced before withdrawal a hospital.
Mayor de Blasio praised him as a “hero” for risking his life to save others cheerless with a pathogen in West Africa.
Spencer came down with Ebola on Oct. 23, after returning from Guinea, where he worked for 5 weeks with Doctors Without Borders treating victims of a lethal outbreak.