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    "Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse who nearly died after contracting Ebola as a volunteer in west Africa, has been charged by a regulatory body with concealing her high temperature when she returned to the UK."

    http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews...Q&ocid=UE01DHP


    Good, I hope that she is not only struck of the medical register, but additionally thrown in prison for her reckless actions.

    If someone drink drives, even if they don't hit anybody they can end up in prison for the act of endangering other people, what she did is even worse, she genuinely could have killed many many people by her own selfishness.
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    Agreed, she should have known better considering that she is a nurse and not doubt dealing with sick and injured people in the hosital etc she work at and could have easily passed it on to them and caused an epidemic
 
 
 
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