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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2014-8-9 07:58     标题: 2014-08-09 防埃博拉病毒英国航空暂停非洲疫区航班

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British Airways Suspends Flights Over Ebola


BA stops flying to parts of Africa worst hit by ebola amid fears a Welsh person may have come into contact with the virus.

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作者: lukymango    时间: 2014-8-9 11:06

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作者: mintzoe    时间: 2014-8-9 11:36     标题: [Homework]2014-08-09 防埃博拉病毒英国航空暂停非洲疫区航班

At L*'s airport, Nigerian health workers are stepping up efforts to stop Ebola entering the country. 8 people, who last week treated the country's first case, are now suspected of having the disease themselves. The possible spread of virus by passengers has pumped British airways to suspend flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month, because of what it calls the deteriorating public health situation.-At the moment, we don't think it's worth screening people at the airports. We'd have a system in place already, so that those come, for example, to UK airports, who are unwell, and you let people know that they are unwell. We have a system to investigate that and detect virus in them including Ebola as soon as possible.
An American nurse infected Ebola virus while treating patients in Liberia has been flying back to the US for treatment. Now she has been given an experimental antibody drug called, Z*, and she's responding to the relief of her family.
-I can't imagine this, but it's amazing to think that my mom might not only be able to help those who she was trying to help there in country, but by her suffering in this and by her just going through this, she may be able to help countless more through that antibody to understand what's happening on her body and develop a cure or resources to help those who are suffering right now.
The colleague Doctor C* is already in c* in Atlanta. He walked off the ambulance, reportedly well enough to stand within one hour of being given the drug.
-It could very well be a game-change. Now this as Z* drug has been in development for a number of years, and it is never really been tested on humans until now, they had to have somebody who was otherwise probably going to die. And for all we know, it looks like that the drug may have saved Doctor B*'s life.
But it's unlikely that enough of the drug could be made to hold the current Ebola break. Medical charities, working in the region, say more resources are needed to help trace and q* anybody who's been in contact with known victims.
It's a challenge with poor borders and mobile population. But they say it's the only way of slowing the spread of the virus.
Thomas More, Sky News.

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作者: Queening    时间: 2014-8-9 16:19

On mintzoe

At Lago's airport, Nigerian health workers are stepping up efforts to stop Ebola entering the country. 8 people, who last week treated the country's first case, are now suspected of having the disease themselves. The possible spread of the virus by passengers has prompted British airways to suspend flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month, because of what it calls the deteriorating public health situation.
-At the moment, we don't think it's worth screening people at the airports. We'd have a system in place already, so that those come, for example, to UK airports, who are unwell, and you let people know that they are unwell. We have a system to investigate that and detect virus in them including Ebola as soon as possible.
An American nurse infected Ebola virus while treating patients in Liberia has been flown back to the US for treatment. Now Nancy Writebol has been given an experimental antibody drug called, ZMapp, and is responding to the relief of her family.
-I can't imagine this, but it's amazing to think that my mom might not only be able to help those who she was trying to help there in country, but by her suffering in this and by her just going through this, she may be able to help countless more through that being able to understand what's happening on her body and develop a cure or resources to help those who are suffering right now.
The colleague Doctor C* is already in quarantine in Atlanta. He walked off the ambulance, reportedly well enough to stand within one hour of being given the drug.
-It could very well be a game-change. Now this as ZMapp drug has been in development for a number of years, and it is never really been tested on humans until now, they had to have somebody who was otherwise probably going to die. And for all we know, it looks like that the drug may have saved Doctor Brently's life.
But it's unlikely that enough of the drug could be made to hold the current Ebola outbreak. Medical charities, working in the region, say more resources are needed to help trace and quarantine anybody who's been in contact with known victims.
It's a challenge with poor borders and mobile population. But they say it's the only way of slowing the spread of the virus.
Thomas More, Sky News.
作者: 深白的蓝    时间: 2014-8-10 11:41     标题: [Homework]2014-08-09 防埃博拉病毒英国航空暂停非洲疫区航班

At Lagos airport Nigerian health workers are stepping up efforts to stop ebola entering the country, eight people who last week treated the country's first case are now suspected of having the disease themselves, the possible spread of the virus by passengers has prompted British Airways to suspend flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month because what it calls the deteriorating public health situation.
At the moment we don't think it's worth screening people at airports, we have a system in place already, so that those who come for example to the UK airports who are unwell, and you let people know that they are unwell, we have a system to investigate that and detect virus in them including ebola as soon as possible.
An American nurse infected by the virus while treating patients in Liberia has been flown back to the US for treatment, Nancy W has been given an experimental antibody drug called Z and is responding to the relief of her family.
I can't imagine it but it's amazing to think that my mom might not be only able to help those who she was trying to help there in the country, but by her suffering in this and by her just going through it, she maybe able to help countless more through being able to understand what's going on in her body and develop a cure resources to help those who are suffering right now.
Her colleague doctor Ken B is already in quarantine in Atlanta, he walked off the ambulance reportedly well enough to stand within an hour of being given the drug.
It could well be a game changer, this Z drug has been in development for a number of years, and it has never really been tested on humans until now, they had to have somebody who was otherwise probably going to die, and for all we know it looks like the drug may have saved doctor B's life.
But it's unlikely that enough of the drug can be made to hold the current ebola outbreak, medical charities working in the region say more resources are needed to help trace and quarantine anybody who has been in contact with known victims, it's a challenge with poor borders and a mobile population, but they say it's the only way of slowing the spread of the virus.
Thomas M, Sky News.

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作者: 水佑肆一    时间: 2014-8-11 19:14

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At Lago's airport, Nigerian health workers are stepping up efforts to stop Ebola entering the country. 8 people, who last week treated the country's first case, are now suspected of having the disease themselves. The possible spread of the virus by passengers has prompted British airways to suspend flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month, because of what it calls the deteriorating public health situation.
-At the moment, we don't think it's worth screening people at the airports. We'd have a system in place already, so that those who come, for example, to UK airports, who are unwell, and you let people know that they are unwell. We have a system to investigate them and detect viruses in them including Ebola as soon as possible.
And an American nurse infected with the virus while treating patients in Liberia has been flown back to the US for treatment. / Nancy Writebol has been given an experimental antibody drug called, ZMapp, and is responding to the relief of her family.
-I can't imagine this, but it's amazing to think that my mom might not be only able to help those who she was trying to help there in country, but by her suffering in this and by her just going through it, she may be able to help countless more through that being able to understand what's going on to her body and develop a cure and resources to help those who are suffering right now.
The colleague Doctor Kent Brantly is already in quarantine in Atlanta. He walked off the ambulance, reportedly well enough to stand within an hour of being given the drug.
-It could very well be a game-changer. Now this as ZMapp drug has been in development for a number of years, and it has never really been tested on humans until now, they had to have somebody who was otherwise probably going to die. And for all we know, it looks like / the drug may have saved Doctor Brantly's life.
But it's unlikely that enough of the drug could be made to hold the current Ebola outbreak. Medical charities, working in the region, say more resources are needed to help trace and quarantine anybody who's been in contact with known victims.
It's a challenge with porous borders and mobile population. But they say it's the only way of slowing the spread of the virus.
Thomas More, Sky News.
作者: Dan.s    时间: 2014-8-12 00:20     标题: [Homework]2014-08-09 防埃博拉病毒英国航空暂停非洲疫区航班

Airport health workers stepped up efforts to stop Ebloa into the country. 8 people who last week treated the first case of the country now are skeptical of having the disease themselves. The possible spreading of the virus by passengers has prompted British Airways to suspend flight to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month because of what he called the deteriorating public health situation.
“At the moment, we don’t think it’s worth screening people at airports. We have a system in place already. So those who come, for example, to UK airports who are unwell and who let people know they are unwell, we have system to investigate them and detect virus in them including Elbora as soon as possible”.
An American nurse infected by the virus while treating patients in Nigeria has been flown back to US for treatment, Nicy has been given an experimental anti-body drug called Z-map and her responding to the relief to his family.
   “And I can’t image that, it’s amazing to think that my Mom may not be able to help those who she is trying to help there in country. By her suffering in this and by her just going through, she may be going to help countless more through them being able to understand what’s going on in her body and develop a cure and resources to help those who are suffering right now”.
Her colleague,, is already in the quarantine in yateland. He walked off the ambulance reportedly one after stand within an hour of being giving the drug. It could very well be a game changer. This Z-map drug has been in development for a number of years and it is never really been tested on humans until now. They had to have sb who was otherwise probably going to die. And for all we know, it looks like the drug may have saved doctor Branis’s life.
“But it is unlikely that enough of the drug would be made to hold the current Elbora outbreak. The medical charities working the region said more resources are needed to trace and quarantine anybody who’s being in contacted with the unknown victims. It’s a challenge with poor borders and mobile population. But they say it’s the only way of slowing the virus.”

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作者: xingxingcamille    时间: 2014-8-19 07:07

HOMEWORK


At Lagos’ airport, Nigerian health workers are stepping up efforts to stop Ebola entering the country. Eight people who last week treated the country’s first case are now suspected of having the disease themselves. The possible spread of the virus by passengers has prompted British Airways to suspend flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of the month because what it calls the “deteriorating public health situation.”

“At the moment, we don’t think it’s worth screening people at airports. We’d have a system in place already. So for those that come for example to UK airports who are unwell and who let people know they are unwell, we have a system to, to investigate them and detect virus in them, including Ebola as soon as possible.”

An American nurse infected Ebola virus while treating patients in Liberia has been flown back to the U.S. for treatment. Nancy Writebol was being given an experimental antibody drug called Zmapp and is responding to the relief of her family.

“I can’t imagine this, but it’s amazing to think that my mom might not be only able to help those who she was trying to help there in country, but by her suffering in this, and by her just going through it, she may be able to help countless more through that being able to understand what’s going on in her body and develop a cure or resources to help those who are suffering right now.”

Her colleague doctor Kent Brantly is already in quarantine in Atlanta. He walked off the ambulance, reportedly well enough to stand within an hour given the drug.

“That could be very well a game changer. Now this, a Zmapp drug has been in development for a number of years. And it has never really been tested on humans until now. They had to have somebody who was otherwise probably going to die. And for all we know, it looks like the drug may have saved doctor Brantly’s life.”

But it’s unlikely that enough of the drug could be made to hold the current Ebola outbreak. Medical charities working in the regions say more resources are needed to help trace and quarantine anybody who’s been in contact with non-victims.

It’s a challenge with poorest borders and a mobile population, but this is the only way of slowing the spread of the virus.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
作者: 竹子n    时间: 2014-8-19 17:11     标题: [Homework]【整理】2014-08-09 防埃博拉病毒英国航空暂停非洲疫区航班

At LAGOS airport, Nigerian health workersare stepping up efforts to stop ebola entering into the country. 8 people wholast week treated the country’s first case are now suspected of having the diseasethemselves. The possible spread of disease by passages has prompted BritishAirways to suspend flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia until the end of themonth because what it calls “the deteriorating public health situation”.

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An American nurse infected by the viruswhile treating patients in Liberia has been flying back to the US for treatment.Nancy Ribal has been given a experimental antibody drug called z-map, and it’sresponding to the relief of her family.
I can’t imagine this, but it is exciting tothink that my mom might not be only able to help those who she was trying tohelp there in country, but by her suffering in this, by her just going throughit, she may be able to help countless more, through …to understand what’s goingon in her body and develop keynote resources to help those who are sufferingright now.
Her collage Dr. Kim Brantley is already in quarantinein Atlanta. He walked off the ambulance  reportedly well enough to understand without an hour being given thedrug.

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It is unlikely that enough of the drugcould be made to hold the current ebola outbreak. Medical charities working inthe region say more resources are needed to help trace and quarantine anybodywho is being in contact with known victims. It’s challenge with poor **  and mobile population, but they say it is theonly way of slowing the spread of the virus.
                                                   
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