8/06/2014 — UNPROTECTED man just 5 FEET from Ebola Patient at Hospital entrance

An unprotected man, standing just 5 feet from the infected patient as they enter Emory Hospital in Atlanta Georgia.

Outrageous.  Putting all our lives at risk.

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Above: Screenshot of the arrival of the 2nd Ebola patient at Emory Hospital in Atlanta Georgia. An unprotected man stands dangerously close as the infected victim is being wheeled into the hospital. Everyone surrounding this patient within 5 feet SHOULD have appropriate protection.

 

video of the arrival can be seen here:

 


The blatant disregard for basic safety precautions for these viral patients exposure to the public is so far beyond assinine, its not even funny.

Regardless whether this virus is fully “airborne”, this man is close enough to get particles from sneezing, coughing, sweat, or breathing.

This above screenshot comes from yesterdays 2nd Ebola patient arrival.

Obviously, the man is unprotected, in short sleeves, no breathing device, and just TURNS HIS BACK to avoid exposure.

Meanwhile everyone surrounding the INFECTED patient should be wearing protective gear.

Just a few days ago, video footage from a person at Emory Hospital in Atlanta, shows a cameraman about 15 feet away from the 1st arriving infected ebola patient….

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Above: Screenshot of the arrival of the 1st Ebola patient to Emory Hospital, in Atlanta Georgia. A cameraman can be seen hiding just 15 feet away, with no protection.


Video of the cameraman being caught can be seen here:


I said it before, I will say it again — this whole thing is a very bad, dumb idea:


Original video here:

http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/05/health/ebola-us-patients/

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