UK ebola fear as 21,000 African students from countries in the affected regions arrive

Saturday, September 6, 2014
By Paul Martin

6 September 2014

Students in Britain could be at risk from influx from Africa
Buckingham University professor calls for African students to be held in quarantine for 21 days until incubation period has passed
If a suspected case emerged, the patient should be immediately isolated

A leading academic has warned that university students could be at risk from the deadly ebola virus – because 21,000 students from countries in the affected region are about to arrive in the UK.
Anthony Glees, the Professor of Politics at Buckingham University, called for West African students to be held in their home countries until they have been declared clear of ebola and the 21-day incubation period has passed.
His comments came as Sierra Leone announced that it was introducing a four-day ‘lockdown’ to try to prevent the out-of-control epidemic from spreading further. People in the west African country will not be allowed to leave their homes from September 18 to 21.

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