By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews
An American nurse criticises her treatment after being quarantined with suspected Ebola on her arrival home from West Africa. I said in a previous blog Health Workers and Nurses had been talking about strike action. These people are on the front line, coming back to a Country (USA) so ill prepared for Ebola it is untrue. As I write this, Dr. Craig Spencer is ill, he was ILL IN AFRICA! He came home, went bowling, went on a tube at a tube station (Sorry we don’t have these here) He walked through a Mall. He flew home coughing. ONLY NOW..The USA are screening all Ebola aid workers on re-entry to the USA. Sadly these brave people are getting treated like criminals, I am glad Kaci Hickox has said what many Dr’s and Nurses are saying in the USA, sadly the Medical people in the USA don’t pay out, they take money. THIS IS WHY EBOLA IS IN THE USA AND NOT EUROPE! MONEY! Hard to take America? CDC Now Admits Airborne Ebola, if Dr Spencer has spend 3 days, ill in New York coughing and leaving his spit/saliva on a hand rail or someone walked past him as he sneezed or coughed, they people have Ebola. This isn’t Rocket science here, define Airborn, then we understand how easy this is to catch when the circumstances are right. But it is STILL very yard to catch. My worry as I type is New York. We now have a 21 day time period to wait. After these 21 days there are no fresh infected, New York dodged a bullet, if Hospitals fill up, it’s global and will effect all of the species, all over the World. America, YOU MUST WAKE UP OR YOU WILL KILL HUMANITY! Do not do this to the World
50 American people at least are being monitored today as I type and you read, I truly believe Ebola IS AIRBORN!
An older video, I said it was Airborn, I believe it is
WAKE UP AMERICA, YOUR MEDIA IS HIDING THIS FROM YOU, EBOLA IS WORSE THAN EVEN I CAN TELL YOU, IN THE USA!
An American nurse who has been treating Ebola patients in Africa has criticised quarantine rules that keep her isolated despite testing negative. Doctors Without Borders worker Kaci Hickox returned to the US from Sierra Leone on Friday and was taken to a New Jersey hospital in case she had the killer virus. She has now been told she is free from the disease, but will be unable to leave quarantine for another 21 days. Illinois joined New York and New Jersey on Saturday night in introducing a mandatory 21-day quarantine period for anyone who has been involved in treating victims in west Africa. Other states, including Virginia and Georgia, are also considering whether to impose the same regime.
It follows 33-year-old doctor Craig Spencer falling ill with ebola having spent several days travelling around New York, riding the subway and visiting a bowling alley. Writing in the Dallas Morning News, Ms Hickox said: “This is not a situation I would wish on anyone, and I am scared for those who will follow me. “I am scared about how health care workers will be treated at airports when they declare that they have been fighting Ebola in West Africa. “I am scared that, like me, they will arrive and see a frenzy of disorganisation, fear and, most frightening, quarantine.”
She said on telling a border official she had just arrived back, she was immediately ushered into a private room before having questions “barked” at her. She said she was made to wait hours with little to eat, only to later test negative for the virus. Despite the test, she must wait in a secure facility in New Jersey until it is certain she has not contracted the disease. She said: “I… thought of many colleagues who will return home to America and face the same ordeal. Will they be made to feel like criminals and prisoners?
“The US must treat returning health care workers with dignity and humanity.” The number of Ebola cases worldwide has now exceeded 10,000, with nearly 5,000 not surviving. President Barack Obama urged Americans on Saturday to be guided by the facts about Ebola and “not fear”. Dr Spencer, who is being held at the Bellevue Hospital Center in New York, was described by officials overnight on Saturday as “entering the next phase of his illness”.
health service statement said: “The patient is awake and communicating. In addition to the required supportive therapy, we initiated antiviral therapy within hours of admission. We also administered plasma therapy yesterday.” Meanwhile, in Sierra Leone, a team from the British Army has started training residents in how to use protective equipment to reduce the spread of the disease. Many of the locals who have volunteered to help fight the virus have no medical background.
CDC Now Admits Airborne Ebola Possible But Don’t PANIC!!
Week old video, just to show how the USA Government and 100% the Media are lying to the US people!
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