posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 10:19 AM
A correction first: it seems he is not into oil industry, but into "clean energy". The suspected Ebola case is an engineer that worked in wind
energy. He had a job in an office in the Nigerian capital of Abuja, and according to anonymous medical sources, he said he did not leave Abuja for the
entire time he was there.
He started feeling ill 3 days ago (!), but only arrived at an ER this morning. Since his July 25 return to Romania, he was in a sea-side vacation
together with his family. The stupid f**k did not mention at first his Nigeria trip to the medical staff that treated him. If I were him, "I came
back from Nigeria 2 weeks ago" would have been my first words when dealing with doctors.
The transfer between hospitals, it all happened today. He first got admitted to a hospital for infectious diseases, but they sent him to an emergency
hospital. I have no idea why. And then this emergency hospital in his town contacted the infectious disease hospital in the capital of Romania,
Bucharest. He was sent there in an ambulance, with all protective measures taken, if we were to believe the officials. Unfortunately there are no
available images or videos of those "protective measures". Makes you wonder.
Yep, I can confirm there are NO direct flights for the W Africa to Romania route. Meaning the dude probably travelled from Abuja to an European hub,
and then took another plane (or bus maybe, not known at this point) to Romania.
It has been officially confirmed that his family (wife and 15yo kid) are quarantined in their home.
The unprepared health officials are all assuring us everything's under control. If I learned something is that when officials tell you "they got
it", then it's definitely the time to freak out, as you say.
I repeat: Romania is not prepared for this. I am not a health worker, but I have been to hospitals and clinics and saw the conditions in some of
those. Hospital-acquired infections are thriving. If it's truly Ebola, we're toast.