2nd Health Care Worker Gets Ebola

Posted: Oct 15 2014, 5:32am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 15 2014, 5:36am CDT, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 
2nd Health Care Worker gets Ebola
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News of a 2nd health care worker contract Ebola in Texas.

Three days ago the first case of Ebola contraction in the United States happened. The nurse Tina Pham caring for Thomas Eric Duncan tested positive for Ebola. Now new reports come in that a second health care worker at the Dallas Health Presbyterian hospital got Ebola.

Now officials regret that they did not transfer to a better equipped hospital. CNN quotes an official saying: "If we knew then what we know now about this hospital's ability to safely care for these patients, then we would have transferred him to Emory or Nebraska."

Watch this CNN report with the latest details.

Via CNN.

An unconfirmed report just breaks from Got News, that a 3rd Ebola case might be imminent. According to the report the boyfriend of Nina Pham is now in quarantine.

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