Another Possible Ebola Case Emerges In Ct – Patient Had Recently Traveled From Liberia

As the Regime doubles down on their opposition to travel restrictions for people coming from West Africa, comes news out of Connecticut that another person who recently traveled from West Africa has been rushed to the hospital with “Ebola-like symptoms.”

Via Weasel Zippers: 

NEW HAVEN, Conn. —Hospital officials in at Yale-New Haven Hospital are awaiting test results on a patient who recently traveled to Liberia and was admitted to the hospital with a fever.

“Yale-New Haven Hospital admitted a patient late Wednesday night for evaluation of Ebola-like symptoms. We have not confirmed or ruled out any diagnosis at this point,” the hospital said in a statement, according to the Hartford Courant.

The patient was placed in isolation and a hazmat team was called to the hospital Wednesday night.

According to Hospital officials, the  patient was one of the Yale University student researchers who helped monitor the Ebola outbreak in Liberia last month.

 Update:

NBC: Initial Tests Indicate Yale Student Does Not Have Ebola:

A Yale University doctoral student hospitalized for treatment of Ebola-like symptoms has tested negative for the virus, according to Rick Fontana of the New Haven Emergency Management Department.

The student was admitted to Yale-New Haven Hospital on Wednesday night and has been kept in isolation. He was one of two students to recently return from a trip to Liberia and exhibited no symptoms upon his arrival back in the U.S., officials said Thursday.

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