posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 09:13 PM
This was broadcast on WFAA news station in Texas. I'll link to their Facebook too.
They are cleaning the bloody vomit left from SUNDAY out in the open. This looks very unprofessional despite those in charge claiming these are in
fact professionals. These guys have apparently been used a number of times to lean up things like AIDS. Fine, AIDS is level 2, Ebola is level 4. I
don't trust them, especially when I see no PPE.
Where's the protective gear? Why is a woman walking by in FLIP FLOPS? Where is that water going? Are they at least using bleach or something? Why
is there what appears to be a drink left right there?
I realize that the ebola probably died out in a fairly short amount of time, but how many dogs could have eaten that? Dogs are asymptomatic carriers
They are screwing up big time with the handling of this.
The ambulance drivers weren't notified for 48 hours (and were still working with the public). That whole complex should be sealed off, or at the very
least the unit that was stayed in. I can't believe how long it's taken to have a crew go in and dispose of the sheets that were soaked in this guys
sweat and his towels.
Take that family and put them somewhere safe.
This is a clusterf and I'm beginning to worry. If this is how we handle it I can see it spread. I'm becoming more wary of people that insist ebola
is hard to transfer too. Not if we completely fail to some basic hygiene standards.
Stop the planes. We can barely keep a handle of the thing in the few countries already hit.
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