Yesterday brought the news that physician Craig Spencer, New York’s Ebola patient, had emerged from treatment free of the virus. That means that the United States is now Ebola-free, a prospect that you’d never believe possible, given the cable-news frenzy over the deadly virus earlier this fall.

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes put together a highlight reel from the days of panic. No surprise, the clips fall heavily in the direction of Fox News. The highlights of the highlights:

Fox News host Megyn Kelly: “Breaking tonight with Ebola scares popping up across the country.”

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly: “All flights from West Africa should immediately be discontinued to the USA.”

Fox News host Eric Bolling: “Meanwhile, we have a border that is so porous, Ebola or ISIS or Ebola on the backs of ISIS could come through our border.”

Fox News host Sean Hannity: “Should pets who have been exposed to the Ebola virus be euthanized?” “Yes,” says an off-camera voice.

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly: “That’s where we are. Many people frightened and angry that Ebola may spread throughout the USA.”

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro: “What’s that? You don’t want people to panic. You don’t want us to panic? How about I don’t want us to die.”

The purpose of Hayes’s mashup, of course, was to lampoon all these expressions of panic and concern over Ebola circa several weeks ago. Hayes should be careful, however: Ebola is still raging in some parts of West Africa, and if it and ISIS team up to penetrate the United States, he’ll be sorry.