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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

National Nurses United say the CDC has failed Nurses Nationally

The National Nurses United organization accuse the CDC, a governmental organization, that is responsible for protecting public health and safety through the control and prevention of disease, injury, and disability, of grossly under training nurses on the Ebola crisis.
The CDC has for a long time been criticized for not doing the best job in protecting the public against infections diseases.  It looks like those criticism have been confirmed.
The question is, is this because of incompetence or be design, to allow the pharmaceutical industry to make massive amounts of money on vaccines or even more insidious, carry out the population culling outlined in Global 2000?

National Nurses United says most hospitals are not prepared for Ebola - The Washington Post
National Nurses United, the largest union of registered nurses in the country, said that more than 80 percent of nurses the union surveyed report they have not been given adequate training on Ebola.
Thirty-six percent say their hospitals do not have sufficient supplies — including face shields and fluid-resistant gowns — to care for an Ebola patient, according the report by National Nurses United, which surveyed more than 1,900 nurses in more than 750 facilities in 46 states.
Nurses at Texas hospital: ‘There were no protocols’ about Ebola | fox8.com
“The guidelines were constantly changing” and “there were no protocols” at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas as the hospital treated a patient with Ebola, the president of National Nurses United told reporters Tuesday.
Protective gear nurses wore at first left their necks exposed, union co-president Deborah Burger said, citing information she said came from nurses at the hospital.
Nurses Blast Hospitals Over Ebola Safety
A national nurses union said during a hastily-scheduled press conference Tuesday evening that hospitals are dropping the ball on safety for nurses caring for Ebola patients.
RoseAnn DeMoro, director of National Nurses United, which has been critical of hospitals' response to the Ebola crisis, said safety protocols recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have not been followed by the Dallas hospital where Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, died last week.
National Nurses United


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