She recently and briefly posted the following on Twitter: a photo of a child getting a vaccine, with the caption, “Lack of food. Lack of shelter. Lack of clean water. But don’t worry… Billions of Dollars in Vaccines Have Arrived!”
However, she apparently lost her nerve and removed the post after a rapid barrage of criticism. Let’s chalk this up to a youthful mistake?
In a follow-up to the report of Emory University receiving a suspected Lassa fever case this weekend, the hospital tweeted: Patient arrived early Sat. a.m., in Serious Communicable Diseases Unit, symptoms consistent w/ fever-related illness.
Awaiting more information on this case.
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