The doctor discharged Tuesday from a New York City hospital after recovering from Ebola won’t be the last U.S. case of the deadly virus, the White House warned Tuesday.”Today is a milestone, but let’s be clear … we’re going to see occasional additional cases of Ebola in our country,” White House Ebola czar Ron Klain told MSNBC. “This is not the last one.”
Of course it is not going to be the last one! We didn’t have to have even one except Hussein Obama is bound and determined to see that we do and the Ebola czar will try to make sure that we stay on edge about it.
The plane carrying a surgeon stricken with Ebola landed in Nebraska today, making him the 10th patient to be treated for the virus in the United States.Dr. Martin Salia was infected with Ebola while treating patients at a hospital in Sierra Leone. He was not treating patients in an Ebola ward when he became infected, according to The Associated Press.
Salia, 44, is a permanent resident in the U.S. and married to a U.S. citizen.
Salia – DEAD