Via Liberté: Two serious cases currently in isolation center UHC Campus. Excerpt from the Google translation:
Located north of the central building of the University Hospital Campus, the isolation center looks abandoned. Not a soul, or rather, only a core holding is visible, the nurse. Yet, the staff should include a patient-care hygiene assistant, a nurse and a doctor, but only the nurse was at his post since 8am. It is supposed to leave at 18h and wondered whether the transfer will be waiting for you. What would happen to the surveillance for suspect if succession did not come?
We learned that on Monday evening, for reasons not explained to patients admitted in certain rooms of the Hospital Campus, they were asked to evacuate. Agents are then passed through these halls to conduct a session for spraying a product they ignore the role.
Patients tell you the following insight a man resembling an Indian wearing a suit and took the direction of the isolation center. How many are there now in this center? And who are they?
According to the nurses we met yesterday, it is a Togolese woman being passed by Sierra Leone and a Filipino who are in isolation since Monday. The woman admitted to being passed by the Sierra Leone where the disease Ebola raging before returning to Togo. She complained of sore throat, and as a precautionary measures, it was decided that it be quarantined for at least a period equal to the incubation period of the virus.
The second suspected case, the Filipino from Liberia, was admitted last Thursday gastrology in a single cabin, but according to the nurse, monitoring was problematic because the staff was not always available to follow. Why it was transferred to the ward. But signs that resemble the symptoms of the disease Ebola led the staff to be transferred to the isolation center.
Although external signs occur, the nurse rubs suspect not talking about Ebola cases, simply because the test results are not yet available to confirm or deny anything. And according to him, the Filipino would not have a fever between Monday and yesterday while he was on admission in gastrology.
The Togo has involved a partnership rapid air transport of samples to an ECOWAS country for analysis. The question is whether the authorities will make public the results of these suspects.
We also learned that the two buildings used for isolation of suspected cases each have two cabins with individual bathrooms. Pressed to say what would happen if ten cases occurred simultaneously, the nurse suggested that tents are planned and that to his knowledge there is that the isolation of the CHU Campus centers and the airport.