posted on Nov, 9 2014 @ 05:40 PM
Please read my posts before replying, asking questions I've already answered. I keep saying the same thing because you keep asking the same questions
over and over.
Yes, my friend and her parents left Dallas in the spirit of "being safe rather than sorry" when they realized that the hospitals had no intention of
protecting their staff. Yes, she quit her job and brought her children back to Kentucky with her parents. They have a home here. No, she's
currently not working but will start a new job locally in a couple of months. Not that it's any of your business, but no, her job was not her only
source of income, no worries about her trying to collect anything. Her children are not in school---no issue there.
It was because her father was in public health and knows what a preparedness plan looks like that they made the decision to leave Dallas. The ebola
factor wasn't entirely the reason they left, just the last straw, when they realized that Presby wasn't handling the case properly and that her
employer had no better plans.
So you are saying that you wouldn't stop to wonder why three co-workers suddenly stopped answering their phones and emails? I guess it takes all
kinds to make up this world.
ETA: My friend, I'll call him George, has a PhD in Pharmacology and another in Public Health Administration. I'd take his recommendations about
matters of public health above some person on some forum any day. His daughter, the nurse, (I'll call her Nancy) has a Masters in Nursing and 30
above her Masters in Public Health.
edit on 9-11-2014 by diggindirt because: clarity