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originally posted by: UDrinktheKoolAid
actually there was to be a HAZMAT TECH Team with a DECON Chamber ready to clean ANYONE who came out of the room. but they figured its to much. Thats how you handle HAZMAT. a reply to: snowspirit
Is it possible that current protocols employed and implemented by the CDC for managing Ebola in the US are not adequate in regard to this particular viral strain?
Now, Dr. Freaky Frieden's words about "stopping flights won't help, blah blah" have come to pass.
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edit on 12-10-2014 by bluemooone2 because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: CranialSponge
Is apparently plenty enough to fully and safely protect our health care workers from a level 4 virus.
Meanwhile.... CDC workers are wearing this:
“I think the administration selected Tom Frieden because he can take public health to a new place,” said Jeffrey Levi, executive director of Trust for America’s Health, a nonprofit public health advocacy organization. “He’s a transformational leader.”