Did media agree to Ebola suspects cover-up?

An admission at the end of a Forbes article written by pharmacologist David Kroll alleges that the mainstream media has now agreed not to report on new suspected Ebola cases in the United States.
Kroll describes attending a press conference involving Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos.  After revealing that “an unnamed official abruptly called the press conference to a close” when Wos was asked a difficult question about a suspected Ebola victim, Kroll then drops a bombshell.  “The Associated Press and other press outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed,” he writes.
Kroll then felt the need to justify why he was talking about the suspected Ebola case at Duke Hospital, which subsequently turned out to be negative, explaining that he was, “covering tonight’s announcement of a potential Ebola case because it "has been reported in my area, and at Duke University Medical Center, an institution where I hold an unpaid adjunct associate professor appointment."
Even this monumentally idiotic administration  would  surely not risk rumor-fueled civil  panic by destroying  the credibility of national media reporting on the incidence of Ebola. [Source]  [ECS]