In a move that many Texans disagree, the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has agreed to take in a staggering 1,500 pounds of Ebola waste from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
UTMB with be charged with burning and disposing the huge amount of Ebola waste.
Developing. Continue reading
The video is captioned, “Before Nina Pham departed Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas for the National Institute of Health’s Clinical Center earlier today, she was visited by her treating physician, Dr. Gary Weinstein, who recorded his conversation with her before she was discharged. Ms. Pham asked that we share the video.”
About that last bit, “Ms. Pham asked that we share the video,” if she orchestrated this video, why did she cry? We had to ask!
Amber Joy Vinson, the 29-year-old Dallas nurse who caught Ebola while treating the late Thomas Eric Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, is claiming that she contacted the CDC to advise them of her plans to fly to another state.
Vinson says she even advised the CDC that she had a low-grade fever, and was given clearance..
Just before 4:00 p.m. Vinson was transported by ambulance to Dallas Love Field Airport to be taken to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for treatment. Around 4:40 p.m. Continue reading
This is a photo of Nina Pham, (left,) the Dallas nurse who became infected with Ebola while treating the now deceased Eric Duncan.
Pham, 26, tested positive for the Ebola virus this weekend, making her the unlucky first person in the U.S. to do so.
For some strange reason, it was family members who were the ones confirming her identity. Continue reading