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"In the early morning hours of Monday, August 4, 2014, a male patient with high fever and gastrointestinal symptoms presented at The Mount Sinai Hospital's Emergency Department in New York City," a hospital statement said.
"The patient has been placed in strict isolation and is undergoing medical screenings to determine the cause of his symptoms. All necessary steps are being taken to ensure the safety of all patients, visitors and staff," the hospital added.
originally posted by: roaland
The reaction the CDC and Gov't is having in all this that the public can see is very telling if you ask me. It tells me someone somewhere is very worried about this. Not that they shouldn't be and I'm not saying there's a grand conspiracy or anything like that. Just making the observation that we usually don't see much of a reaction from agencies. For everything we see as civilians I'm sure its safe to assume there's a whole lot more that their doing we never see or hear of. Sorry, just find reactions like this interesting lol On the other hand if this was really bad we wouldn't even see a press release lol just thinking outloud lol ignore me lol
originally posted by: mindseye1609
a reply to: Rosinitiate
three hundred and fourteen billion dollars.... definitely three hundred a fourteen billion dollars..
man... im gonna become a vaccine dealer.. freeway ricky ross thought his 3 million dollars a day drug deals were good i bet these big pharmas spend 3 million a day on lunch..
Report: 6 Tested in NYC Tested for Ebola; News Withheld from Public
“There have been about a half-a-dozen patients who have had their blood tested because of the concern. Those particular patients, their stories were not made public. This patient was. I'm not sure if that's because of heightened concern by the hospital or what that means exactly. But, again, we just can't say for sure until the final tests come back and you know, they want to be sure on this. It takes about a day or so.”