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Officials from at least three hospital systems interviewed by Reuters said they were considering whether to withhold individual procedures or leave it up to individual doctors to determine whether an intervention would be performed.
Ethics experts say they are also fielding more calls from doctors asking what their professional obligations are to patients if healthcare workers could be at risk.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
a reply to: Stormdancer777
Ebola Patients Disappearing Weaponized to Spread Like Flu Medical Staff Being Threatened To Shut Up
The Alex Jones videos.
Bowling alley that Craig Spencer attended in Williamsburg, NY, on Ebola response: 'We voluntarily decided to close The Gutter yesterday evening as a precautionary measure while we gathered more information. We are working with the NYC Health Department to have the bar cleaned and sanitized under their supervision and expect to be open sometime today after that is completed' - statement
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Ebola patient Nina Pham is now free of the virus; will be discharged today, NIH says - @samsteinhp, @abbydphillip
originally posted by: Valhall
I love it. Cuomo has the stoopid to describe this guy's night out as going out "in a limited way".
3 mile jog
multiple mass transit trains
...that we know of...
Yeah, I guess since the list doesn't include the plane with the train and the automobile we can declare this limited and, in the words of Cuomo, "acting responsibly".
originally posted by: drwill
a reply to: Destinyone
I was thinking the same thing. They have awakened a proverbial sleeping giant. Note to Obama: Book passage on the Space Shuttle.
How many other smoldering cases are already on US soil? People going about their business. Sneezing, urinating, touching, kissing, moving through airports, their sweaty hands lifting the creamer at Starbucks.
originally posted by: dianajune
originally posted by: Anyafaj
originally posted by: AutOmatIc
Bwahahahahaha....sorry...but, I mean....WHO DOESN'T LOCK THEIR APARTMENT WHEN THEY LEAVE IN NYC????
...the complete lack of common sense, and intelligence of people never ceases to amaze me.
a reply to: Anyafaj
I thought the same thing too and I don't even live there. LOL I live in a tiny blurb of a place with only 4000 people and even I lock my door! Mine is more out of habit. My last place was in the ghetto living next door to a drug dealer's girlfriend in a black mold infested apartment for 13 1/2 years. Unbelievably, it was NOT in NYCrappy, but it was near Syracuse. Lifelong Orangewoman here. LOL
Oh as an update, FoxNews is reporting that CDC may "investigate" the doctor's apartment further tomorrow, and may "go through the apartment thoroughly, like Amber's, Duncan's, and Pham's were.
I live near Syracuse. It's about as close as I want to get but at least I'm not actually within the city. I grew up in Syracuse and was sooooo glad to move away from there. It's not NYC but it's getting there.
University Hospital in Syracuse happens to be one of the Ebola treatment centers in the State, thanks to Cuomo.
originally posted by: Stormdancer777
a reply to: RunForTheHills
good idea and tell all your relatives, what I see is a person arriving from another country could disappear very easily with no one ever knowing