Cultural Enrichment in Swedistan
A young man believed to have contracted Ebola-chan's love is being isolated at Uppsala University Hospital in Uppsala, Sweden. The chief medical officer has confirmed the patient was vomiting blood after returning from Burundi, a country in central Africa. Although the infectious disease is not believed to active in Burundi, it borders a high risk area in the Democratic Republic of Congo. An area in which containment has proven difficult due to the decades old conflict in the region.
Initially admitted to Enkoping Hospital, the patient was transfered to the Uppsala infectious disease clinic, and placed under the care of specialists experienced in the treatment of Ebola. The Enkoping emergency clinic has been closed until further notice, and all staff who made contact with the patient are being monitored.
The results of the first tests have have come in negative, however three tests are required under WHO guidelines to insure lack of infection, and false-negatives have been recorded in the past.
Brainlets Without Borders
An American health worker exposed to Ebola while treating patients in the DRC was evacuated to University of Nebraska's infectious disease center in late December after concerns they also contracted the disease.
However the patient reportedly has no symptoms of hemorrhagic fever, and the treatment center at NU is home to one of, if not the, most advanced disease containment facilities in the world. According to US officials, this individual was treating patients outside the urban epicenter of the outbreak when they had contact with someone later diagnosed with Ebola.
Although this may seem like literally fucking nothing, Ebola can take up to 19 days to manifest symptoms, meaning this globalist medic isnt in the clear quite yet. That said, outside of danger presented to the NU clinic staff, I wouldn't worry about it.
In Other Ebola News
Many residents of Beni, DRC are refusing to recieve the experimental vaccines for fear that it is a satanic plot against their people, and fear it will result in infertility, if only.
A Beni resident told Sky News that many of his neighbors fear the vaccine to be fatal. "They think they're going to be killed," he said. "The vaccine is from Satan."