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The crew stepped off the aircraft to stretch their legs and receive what appeared to be medical supplies.
This is the first time anyone sick with Ebola has been brought into the U.S.
originally posted by: dadjax
Hello All, this is my first post here but have read the entirety of this informational thread. I would like to thank all those who contributed and who keep us informed on the daily.
an addition to the information
Man Being Tested At Mount Sinai Hospital For Possible Ebola Virus
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A patient at Mount Sinai Hospital was under treatment Monday afternoon, after being tested after traveling to a country where the Ebola virus is present, the hospital said in a statement.
The man arrived at the East Harlem medical center’s emergency room early Monday morning with high fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. The man told doctors he had recently traveled to a West African country where Ebola has been reported, the hospital said.
The man has been placed in “strict isolation” and is undergoing various tests to determine the cause of the symptoms, the hospital said.
“All necessary steps are being taken to ensure the safety of all patients, visitors and staff,” the hospital said in a statement. “We will continue to work closely with federal, state and city health officials to address and monitor this case, keep the community informed and provide the best quality care to all of our patients.” newyork.cbslocal.com...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has told airlines they can deny boarding to passengers who are exhibiting symptoms of the Ebola virus.
In guidelines issued by the CDC, the health body also says airlines should separate infected passengers who display signs of the virus during flights from other flyers.
“People who have been exposed to Ebola virus disease should not travel on commercial airplanes until there is a period of monitoring for symptoms of illness lasting 21 days after exposure,” the CDC said. “Sick travelers should delay travel until cleared to travel by a doctor or public health authority. Airlines should consider using their own authority … to deny boarding of sick travelers if Ebola is suspected.”
Read more: thehill.com...
originally posted by: adnanmuf
So now we know the good doctor was sent by the dod to become filthy rich having the patented antibodies in his body.
The medicine will be so expensive and little that only the dod will have it.
I am worried the new virus will change the reston colony(animals and insects and human carriers and dirt spanning many states and Mexico) over night. So the next flare would be 20 days from now.
The infected keep shedding the virus for the time of incubation period that is up to 20 days in this case and this good doctor is walking every where.
Let's repent to god and ask parents forgiveness.