CDC lab transfer gone wrong — quarantine activated
By Shepard Ambellas
ATLANTA (INTELLIHUB.COM) — Protocol was breached in a high-security Center for Disease Control (CDC) lab Monday, when a lab worker accidentally transferred a human blood sample containing the deadly Ebola virus to another lab in the same CDC complex.
An agency spokesperson said that as many as twelve others, lab workers, scientists, may have been inadvertently infected and will now be forced to undergo a 21-day quarantine.
So far the CDC maintains that no one in the general public is at risk, although a full investigation into the incident is underway.
Shockingly this is not the CDC’s first transfer mistake, as it was reported back in June that Anthrax may have been released in a CDC lab room, potentially exposing as many as 75 people to the deadly bioweapon.
The CDC’s director Tom Frieden said in a statement that his “troubled” by the transfer gone bad.
The lab where the human error took place was reported to have been decontaminated.
CDC reports potential Ebola exposure in Atlanta lab — Washington Post
Report: CDC dealing with potential Ebola exposure in Atlanta lab — 8NewsNow
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