Belize confirms patient with Ebola symptoms on cruise ship off its coast

October 2014 BELIZE Reports tonight are that two individuals possibly infected with the Ebola virus are in Belizean waters. Local TV station Channel 7 monitored in Belmopan tonight, reported having credible reports that a couple from a Texas-based cruise ship presently anchored off Belize City, is on a ship tender, unable to return to the cruise ship, while being refused entry to Belize City to catch an air ambulance awaiting at the International Airport to take them to the their country of origin, the U.S.A. The television station in its broadcast tonight said Belize health authorities contacted tonight have so far refused to deny or confirm the report. Later tonight in breaking news,  Channel 5 Belize is reported that it has: “Confirmed with representatives of the Ministry of Health that they have indeed received a report that there is at least one passenger on board the cruise ship, Carnival Magic, showing symptoms similar to that of the Ebola virus. According to the report made to MOH, the person exhibiting the symptoms did not come ashore today. The ship is reportedly carrying 3652 passengers and a total population of 4633 persons. “The Carnival Magic departed from Galveston Texas on Sunday, October 12 arrived in Mahogany Bay, Honduras on Wednesday October 15 and arrived in Belize this morning, Thursday October 16.
“The ship was scheduled to leave Belize en route to Cozumel this evening at 5pm. However, it is still anchored in Belizean waters near State Bank Caye.” “We have also have confirmed that the Coast Guard has been deployed to prevent anyone from leaving the ship; including the Belizean pilot on board.” In a press conference held last weak, Belize’s Ministry of Health stated that in the event of an outbreak of Ebola in Belize, no patient would be allowed into the commercial capital Belize City, where most of the Belize government cabinet officials reside. The MOH stated that the government hospital, the Karl Heuesner Memorial Hospital has but one Intensive Care Unit and they would not allow this to be overrun with Ebola patients. Belize is a a very poor country that depends to a large extent on tourism for its foreign exchange income. Belize City is currently the main port of call for cruise ships. –Belizean
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Spain quarantines four: The emergency protocol for dealing with a possible case of the Ebola virus was activated at Madrid’s Adolfo Suarez-Barajas Airport on a day that saw four people hospitalised with possible symptoms of the Ebola virus. The airport protocol was activated after a Nigerian passenger on an Air France flight (AF1300) from Paris, but who had started his journey in Lagos, complained of fever, headache, shivering and sweating, causing the plane crew to alert Spanish authorities, Xinhua reported. The aircraft, which was carrying 156 passengers and seven crew, was taken to a designated area at Barajas airport, the possible Ebola suspect was then taken to the Carlos III Hospital in Madrid, while the remaining passengers were allowed to disembark from the plane after having their details taken and instructed to get in contact with the hospital should they develop signs of fever. Thursday also saw two further people taken to the Carlos III Hospital, where nursing auxiliary Teresa Romero is being treated for the virus. The first of these was confirmed as someone who had been carried in the same Ambulance as Romero, after she had originally been taken to hospital in Alcorcon Oct 6.
The ambulance carried no special protection against the virus and after taking Romero to hospital was not disinfected for 12 hours during which it carried a further 7 people. The patient, who health authorities confirm is not a medical worker, had formed part of a group of over 50 people considered to be “low risk” of being infected with Ebola. The third person taken to the Carlos III is a Spanish missionary from the “San Juan de Dios” order, the same as Manuel Garcia Viejo, who died in Madrid of the virus in September. The missionary, who returned from Liberia Tuesday was taken to the hospital after developing a fever. Finally a person who abandoned Sierra Leone eight days ago has also been taken to hospital in Tenerife as a precautionary measure after developing a fever. Meanwhile Romero’s state continues to give ground for optimism and Fernando Simon, the Director of the Center for Alerts and Sanitary Emergencies, informed on Thursday that: “the level of the virus in her body has diminished…Her immune system is being able to control the infection.”Simon added that Romero’s internal organs were “improving” and there were “clear signs for hope,” 17 days after first developing symptoms of the disease. –Daijworld
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10 Responses to Belize confirms patient with Ebola symptoms on cruise ship off its coast

  1. OMG,it is going to spread all over,God please help us all!


    • Yellow Bird says:

      so far it has not been said the cruise passenger has ebola. only that he is nigerian and has flu-like symptoms. lagos had its last case over a month ago… this fellah likely has malaria or some other more manageable illness.
      likewise the other reports popping up have all been labelled “ebola-like” with vague symptoms given, or are people “quarantined for surveillance”… none have yet been verified legitimately as actual ebola. even the two dallas nurses did not know they had ebola until they were told they did… neither had high fevers nor other acute symptoms… all reports may not be as they appear…
      we must breathe deeply and read carefully in these times


  2. Colleen says:

    Oops I meant to say the seeds, not they.


  3. Joseph Sonny Skies says:

    I do not understand why the process is to quarantine people that have been in close contact with Ebola carriers after the people in contact develop symptoms instead of before symptoms develop. Once a person feels that they have caught it because of symptoms developing after being near an Ebola patient it is too late. The time for quarantine is before symptoms develop.
    The dam is broken…the flood is here. God will allow it where he will. The proper preparation is to be right with God as best we can and let Him do the rest. As horrible as this disease and others flying around the globe are…eternal hell is infinitely worse. Right now many are reacting in the western world with indignation; ” How dare they put me at risk for infection by allowing flights from heavily infected places”, etc. which is easily understandable but can we really stand by and watch the world die from a distance as if watching fish swim in an aquarium? Is it really wonderful living if my fellow man is dying and I complain that someone else should be doing something about it just so I do not have to suffer my, in comparison, luxurious easy lifestyle?
    God could have done that.{ just watch us like fish in an aquarium].Yet instead embraced mankind in it’s sin and death and even shared in all it’s suffering..even death by crucifixion.
    I am not saying that I want disease; and I do not want any of you to contract it, but our hearts need to be broken by the suffering of others as well as knowledge of our own sinfulness. May God have mercy on us all.


  4. texanne903 says:

    The local tv station in Dallas/Fort Worth channel 5 is reporting that this woman is not showing signs of any symptoms and that she is on day 19 of last handling the lab specimen of a 21 day incubation period. There is also a letter from carnival given to all passengers stating that this women is not showing any symptoms and is not a risk to passengers on the ship.


  5. Jan de Vries says:

    I completely agree with Joseph Sonny Skies. The proper preparation for all of us to be right with God. Confess our sins and change our life according to His Law and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
    Then we will be completely safe because we are in God’s hand. Then it does not matter if we die from Ebola soon or from something else later. Then we can speak as king David of Israel did: We are “in great distress. Let us fall into the hand of the LORD, for his mercy is great; but let me not fall into the hand of man”. (2 Samuel 24:14). No that will not keep Ebola away from our town, our house. God will allow it where he will. But “eternal hell” is the worst that can happen to you.


  6. texanne903 says:

    Alvin I will no longer be visiting this site anymore after following it sense 2011. You are allowing false information to be placed on here for readers to read, I tried to put a post on here stating that the article was false and there is proof to this and still you do not take the article down or even put an update on it. Other replies are making it on here but my other one is not… I will no longer receive emails from this site and will no longer promote your website and will no longer visit this site… Thank you


    • I have no idea what’s you’re talking about but readers are smart enough to figure out for themselves what is true and what isn’t without you or me trying to mother the issue. In case you didn’t notice, these are posted articles. I didn’t write any of the information…and unlike you, I don’t spend one waking second of the day worrying about if someone is smart or gullible enough to believe or disbelieve it. If we believe God gave everyone a brain; let’s allow them to use it.


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