Ebola is Back

Just a short year ago, the Ebola virus raised its ugly head. Because there’s no vaccine and little treatment for this virus, fatalities are frequent. It sent fear rippling throughout the world. You can’t breathe a sigh of relief yet because Ebola isn’t on the backburner.

Another American healthcare worker in Sierra Leone has contracted Ebola. The name and gender of the infected person hasn’t been released. But, we do know that they have been flown to Maryland for treatment.

In addition, ten more Americans who worked with the infected person have been flown back to the United States for monitoring. None of these people have exhibited Ebola symptoms, but they will remain in voluntary quarantine for the next 21 days. These workers are in Nebraska, Georgia and Maryland, so they will be close to a hospital that treats Ebola.

See my blog for more on an Ebola timeline, Quick Ebola Outbreak Timeline In the U.S.

It’s time for healthcare workers to take charge of protecting themselves and their families. While you’re giving selflessly, you are exposed to many germs and deadly viruses. www.patientscrubs.com offers medical scrubs that can be sterilized in hot water and chlorine bleach.

You don’t have to wear white to sterilize your scrubs. Our proprietary medical scrub treatment lets you sterilize all colors of scrubs. Durable scrubs at a great price. Plus, we offer color-matching for larger medical facilities.

Patient Scrubs®, a unique two-piece scrub set with snaps to allow medical treatments, can also be sterilized in chlorine and hot water. If you or a loved one is in the hospital or having outpatient medical treatments, Patient Scrubs® are right for you. Because they look like medical scrubs, you can wear them anywhere.

From the bottom of the Patient Scrubs® lady’s heart—I wish you and your family good health and happiness. Protect Yourself. Your Family. Your Friends. It’s what you do when you care.


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