Friday, 15 August 2014

Woman tested for Ebola in Scotland

A woman is being tested for the Ebola virus in Scotland after falling ill at an immigration removal centre.

Health authorities have confirmed they are investigating a "possible" case of the deadly virus but have said it so far appears "highly unlikely" the test will turn out to be positive.

The woman is believed to have arrived from Sierra Leone, one of the countries most affected by the epidemic that has claimed more than 1,000 lives across West Africa.

She was being held at the Dungavel Detention Centre in South Lanarkshire and has now been taken to hospital for tests.

A spokesman for NHS Lanarkshire said: "We are currently investigating a possible case of Viral Haemorrhagic Fever (Ebola).  


  1. This is getting scarier. May God help us.

  2. Eni to ba fi oju ana wo oku, EBOLA a bo laso15 August 2014 at 21:56

    Na solution we dey find now. E no funny again oooooo.

    1. Yes, it is no longer funny but you have a very stupid name by the way. Nigerians can joke with every situation

  3. This Ebola thing is something else o. Na only God go save person ooo. Shey we no go come get contact with person again ni abi how man go do am?


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