25 People Treat Ebola Inflected Aid Worker in Norway

According to Norwegian daily Aftenposten, 23 of these specially trained nurses and two doctors take care of the Norwegian aid worker who has been infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone.

The Norwegian woman, who was transported from Sierra Leone with a military plane last Tuesday, is receiving treatment at a special section of Oslo Ullevål hospital. 

The womna’s condition was described as stable, but with signs of improvement.

– We have skilled personnel. There are only a few doctors who have direct contact with the woman. It is a difficult situation for those concerned, but we have gone into some kind of emergency situation where everyone gives extra care, said department chief Dag Kvale to Norwegian news agency NTB.

Kvale also adds that they wanted the team should consist of as few people as possible.

In comparison, around 70 employees had involved in the processing of the nurse being treated for Ebola infection in a hospital in Dallas.


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