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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Doctor who treated Ebola patients in Africa rushed to New York hospital with 103F fever and nausea

A doctor who treated Ebola patients in West Africa has been rushed to a New York City hospital with symptoms of the virus.

Dr Craig Spencer, 33, who returned to the U.S. ten days ago from Guinea, was admitted to Bellevue Hospital in midtown Manhattan on Thursday.

The doctor was taken to the hospital in an ambulance staffed with a hazmat crew from his home in Harlem after developing an 103F fever and nausea.



Anonymous said...

did he self impose himself into quarantine? how many people has he infected in the last 10 days?
You could not pay me to fly anywhere.

Anonymous said...

His sneeze and coughs are all over the armrests of what airplane?


jessica adkins said...

This is a supposed medical professional here.....who knows all about Ebola from having treated these patients in West Africa......WTH is wrong with him for not quarantining himself for 21 days??

How many people has he infected? We are so screwed......