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EBOLA Scare Hits Nigeria Again, 10 Persons Quarantined

What is Ebola looking for in Nigeria again? University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, has quarantined ten persons following the death of a patient in the hospital with symptoms suspected to be Ebola virus.
"On Wednesday, 7th October, 2015, we managed a patient who presented with symptoms mimicking viral hemorrhage (Ebola Virus) and have decided to take the necessary measures."

Dr. Queeneth Kalu, Chairman of Medical Advisory Committee of the hospital who made the revelation on Thursday in Calabar while addressing pressmen said blood samples have been sent to the Ebola Diagnosing Centre in Benin City, Edo State.

Dr. Kalu stated that those quarantined are principally nurses who attended to the patient and those who came in contact with him before his death.

"The following have been informed: National Centre for Disease Control, Federal Ministry of Health, The Cross River State Government, Calabar Municipality, and the Department of State Security Services, DSS"

Further details will be provided as soon as the test results of blood samples sent for analysis are available.

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EBOLA Scare Hits Nigeria Again, 10 Persons Quarantined

What is Ebola looking for in Nigeria again? University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, has quarantined ten persons following the death of a patient in the hospital with symptoms suspected to be Ebola virus.
"On Wednesday, 7th October, 2015, we managed a patient who presented with symptoms mimicking viral hemorrhage (Ebola Virus) and have decided to take the necessary measures."

Dr. Queeneth Kalu, Chairman of Medical Advisory Committee of the hospital who made the revelation on Thursday in Calabar while addressing pressmen said blood samples have been sent to the Ebola Diagnosing Centre in Benin City, Edo State.

Dr. Kalu stated that those quarantined are principally nurses who attended to the patient and those who came in contact with him before his death.

"The following have been informed: National Centre for Disease Control, Federal Ministry of Health, The Cross River State Government, Calabar Municipality, and the Department of State Security Services, DSS"

Further details will be provided as soon as the test results of blood samples sent for analysis are available.
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