‘A lot of other people’ exposed to Ebola -apart from the four cases made public – have been transported back to the U.S., says vice president of transport company contracted to the State Department

Thursday, September 11, 2014
By Paul Martin

Private company contracted to the State Department has flown all four publicly identified patients back the the U.S. from West Africa
Vice president of Phoenix Air Group says his company has flown many others who have had ‘an exposure event’ back
The actual number of people who have been exposed and returned to the States is unknown

10 September 2014

A greater number of people exposed to the Ebola virus than the four publicly identified patients have been evacuated to the United States.

Dent Thompson, vice president of Phoenix Air Group, a private company contracted by the State Department to transport the patients back to the U.S. says many more people who had an ‘exposure event’ have been flown from West Africa by his company.

Dr Kent Brantly, a medical missionary to Liberia, was the first Ebola patient returned to the U.S. for treatment, followed by Nancy Writebol, also a missionary, Dr Rick Sacra who is currently being treated in Nebraska and a fourth, as yet unidentified doctor.

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