In the two videos below, Charles Walton sends out an urgent warning about the recent reports that a person or persons with the Ebola virus is being flown into Atlanta, bringing one of the most deadly viruses in existence, one being called “out of control,” in Africa right now, right here into America.
Healthcare workers that are directly working with infected patients are at high risk and the patient or patients being flown to the Emory hospital in Atlanta, is reportedly one (or two) of those healthcare workers or aides, that caught the deadly virus while dealing with others infected.
Ebola kills 50 to 90 percent of those infected and showing symptoms.
I don’t know who made this hairbrained decision, but Walton has much to say on the topic, so watch and listen below.
[UPDATE] Statement from Emory Hospital via Business Insider, below:
Emory University Hospital has been informed that there are plans to transfer a patient with Ebola virus infection to its special facility containment unit within the next several days. We do not know at this time when the patient will arrive.
Emory University Hospital has a specially built isolation unit set up in collaboration with the CDC to treat patients who are exposed to certain serious infectious diseases. It is physically separate from other patient areas and has unique equipment and infrastructure that provide an extraordinarily high level of clinical isolation. It is one of only four such facilities in the country.
Emory University Hospital physicians, nurses and staff are highly trained in the specific and unique protocols and procedures necessary to treat and care for this type of patient. For this specially trained staff, these procedures are practiced on a regular basis throughout the year so we are fully prepared for this type of situation.
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