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Ok, here's the sauce on our Congo Ebola situation, Merry Belated Christmas.
Now, this is NOT a confirmed case, just 'kidney failure'.
I can PROMISE you if it was Ebola, we would not know about it. Hospitals aren't allowed to talk about the patients, info is tightly held, yada yada.
There is NO WAY the gov't is going to allow the US to go into panic mode (remember several years ago here??)
“Early in the afternoon of December 24, 2019, a 41-year-old Congolese national and her family arrived in the United States, presenting themselves for admission into the U.S. at the Gateway to the Americas Bridge in Laredo, Texas.
During initial processing, she was medically screened to include a review of paperwork she provided highlighting a previous medical condition, cleared by on-site contracted medical personnel, and transferred to the Lincoln Juarez Bridge for additional immigration processing and overnight holding.
In the early morning of December 25, 2019, while awaiting final processing and release, the individual notified CBP officers that she was suffering from abdominal pain and had vomited.
CBP contacted EMS immediately and the individual was transported to the Laredo Medical Center for a medical evaluation. The subject’s health declined rapidly and she passed away at the hospital.
Webb County Medical Examiner’s Office (WCMEO) has determined that the death is not suspicious, as the individual had a preexisting medical condition.
CBP’s Office of Professional Responsibility was notified and is reviewing the incident.”
According to information CBP gave members of Congress, the woman was diagnosed at the hospital with acute kidney failure. A congressional aide who spoke on condition of anonymity provided details to The Associated Press. CBP did not identify her illness in its public statement.
“The subject’s health declined rapidly and she passed away at the hospital,” CBP’s public statement said.
CBP told Congress that its officers admitted the woman and her family as part of the daily number of people allowed to enter at the Gateway to the Americas bridge.
According to information CBP gave members of Congress, the woman was diagnosed at the hospital with acute kidney failure. A congressional aide who spoke on condition of anonymity provided details to the Associated Press. CBP did not identify her illness in its public statement.
The Congo African migrant was travelling with her husband and two children, who were subsequently released by CBP into the united states.
Europe back in January, 1 year ago: