Skip to comments.CDC- Newest Ebola patient flew Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 day before diagnosis
Posted on 10/15/2014 8:24:29 AM PDT by tcrlaf
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HOLY CRAP, FOLKS....
132 passengers were on board.
It just gets better.
I think it’s time to PANIC!
The way this thing is spreading.. I’m thinking it has to be airborne by now.
No way that these healthcare workers got this virus by any other way but airborne....
Good thing it’s hard to transmit Obola...
Paul Orlousky WOIO
A Frontier Airlines plane is on a remote runway at Hopkins Airport being cleaned.
Well. I’m not sure why the health care worker, while self-monitoring, would have been traveling. That seems a little (a lot) irresponsible.
Uh, I thought the POS’ CDC and local health officials were watching the people attending Patient Zero like a hawk? If so, why would they allow this individual to board an airplane?
Nice! And according to the PC police it’s still safe to accept flights and passengers from heavily infected countries!
Story just updated:
The second healthcare worker who tested positive for Ebola last night flew by air Oct. 13th, the day before she reported symptoms, reported the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in a release.
She flew on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth. The CDC is asking all 132 passangers on the flight to call 1 800-CDC INFO (1 800-232-4636). Passengers will be monitored for symptoms and interviewed about the flight.
The cynic in me says that Prince Obie sees this as Africa getting even for colonialism and slavery.
Question #1: did this person’s travel itinerary show departure originating from Africa?
Because she is young,26, and she was lied to.
Which means at a minimum it flew back to Cleveland, probably with a load of passengers.
So if he was symptomatic for 3 or 4 days BEFORE he was diagnosed, having visited the ER once and been sent home, this kind of blows the ‘symptomatic people don’t do anything that might endanger others, they’re too sick’ meme doesn’t it?
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