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Monday, December 29, 2014

From heavy Malaria suffers the Filipino seaman in Greece-NOT from Ebola virus, the analyzes of the University of Athens came out negative

From Malaria  suffering, according information of www.tsismosaonline.com website, the Filipino worker in the the cargo ship "MAGDA P", which was considered infected by the deadly Ebola virus and  mobilizing the Greek Ministry of Health to manage probable case.

Expired and typically from KEELPNO(Greece health department)  the health alarm at 3 am Tuesday for the Filipino seaman in Greece, who underwent the necessary tests and eventually eliminated any possibility that he is infected by Ebola virus.
The Filipino sailor who sailed  from Conakry Guinea and arrived Monday afternoon in the port of Piraeus, got the necessary examinations and eventually eliminated any possibility that he is infected by Ebola virus.
According to information from KEELPNO, the analyzes were performed in the laboratories of the University of Athens came out negative for hemorrhagic fever.
The Filipino was for four days high fever and hematuria, hence the concerns of the master.
However, the blood sample taken by the team of doctors who went to ship- Monday night, confirmed that there is no reason for concern.
Because of the seriousness of his condition, was hospitalized in a private clinic affiliated with the safety of the shipping company and following medication.
As stated on yesterday KEELPNO, according to a statement by the captain or the shipping company not listed contact the crew with people of the area may have been sick, if nobody disembarked from the ship.
Moreover, the few individuals of local seamen taken on board the ship had been very strict dual input selection control on board both by the doctor of the insurance company of the ship and the port authorities of Guinea.

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