Craig Spencer, 33, who became Ebola patient being a doctor, is now isolated at Bellevue Hospital Center. Investigators try to determine the exact contact with other people he has in the past days. They use even credit card information from purchases made by Spencer to know exactly where he was at the every minute because he traveled around the city on Wednesday. The bowling alley in Williamsburg that he visited, the Gutter, was closed on Thursday night, and a scheduled concert there, part of the CMJ music festival, was canceled. Other three people were already placed in isolation. Dr. Spencer’s fiancée has also been quarantined at Bellevue. Officials affirm they are prepared from months for such situations to be ready when occur. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has dispatched an Ebola response team to New York.