Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Nurse In Spain First To Contract Ebola Outside of Africa, Despite Wearing Protective Clothing

[Ed; Nickarama asks the $64,000 question.]
So how are the medical professionals who supposedly know what they are doing getting it?
Via BBC:
Investigations are under way at a hospital in Madrid after a Spanish nurse became the first person known to have contracted the deadly Ebola virus outside West Africa.
The nurse had treated two Spanish missionaries who died of the disease after being flown home from the region.
Three other people, including the nurse’s husband, have been quarantined.
The European Commission has asked Spain to explain how the nurse could have become infected.
Some 3,400 people have died in the outbreak – mostly in West Africa.
The Spanish auxiliary nurse, a 40-year-old woman who has not been named, was one of about 30 staff at the Carlos III hospital in Madrid who had been treating priests Manuel Garcia Viejo and Miguel Pajares, officials say.
Mr Garcia Viejo, 69, died at the hospital on 25 September after catching Ebola in Sierra Leone. Mr Pajares, 75, died in August after contracting the virus in Liberia.
HT: Raynbene
Thank You BBC and Nickarama.
Now, what does the U.S. Surgeon General want you to believe? 

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