Romania: Suspected Ebola patient cleared of virus disease

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M/S Prof. Dr. Adrian Streinu Cercel, manager of the Infectious Disease Institute
M/S Press
SOT Adrian Streinu Cercel, Manager of the Infectious Disease Institute (in Romanian): “The first piece of good news is that we can rule out an Ebola infection in Romania with a probability of 99%. We are left with the other possible diagnosis, which is to be cleared this afternoon and the next day.”
M/S Doctors in the audience
SOT Adrian Streinu Cercel, Manager of the Infectious Disease Institute (in Romanian): “At the moment, the patient is in fairly good condition, he obviously suffers from a heavy pathology and we are doing everything in our capacity in order to solve the case, as we do with any other patient.”
M/S CUTAWAY Prof. Dr. Adrian Streinu Cercel
M/S Press
SOT Adrian Streinu Cercel, Manager of the Infectious Disease Institute (in Romanian): “He has manifested two different episodes, which have led our colleagues in Ploiesti to bring up the Ebola hypothesis. But it’s now been excluded.”
W/S CUTAWAY Prof. Dr. Adrian Streinu Cercel

SCRIPT

Doctors excluded the possibility of Ebola infecting one suspected patient in Bucharest on Sunday. The patient, a 51 year old man who was admitted to hospital with fever and nausea, recently returned from a business trip to Nigeria. The man and his family were placed under a 21 day preventive quarantine.

Doctors at the Matei Bals Institute for Infectious Disease are not commenting on the mans illness, as the patient has not signed an agreement enabling them to release information to the media. The man will still remain under surveillance in an airtight ward, as doctors are investigating him for not one but two conditions that may have caused the symptoms. The doctors have however ruled out the possibility of Ebola with a probability of 99%.

According to Romanian doctors, there is no evidence pointing to an Ebola outbreak in Nigeria.

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Comrade Geany says:

Too bad that the Capitalist States payd no attention to this, only when is too late…
But their payd attention to every Comflict and war for Resurces, military aids, brainwashing Programs and many more that were founded and created as usual from the money and income of the people….

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