Mixed re­ac­tion on so­cial me­dia sites

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

News that Pauline Caf­fer­key had been taken to hospi­tal for Ebola a sec­ond time sparked de­bate on our so­cial me­dia sites this week.

Jen­nifer Aitken said: “She is a nurse her­self, know­ing her his­tory she went to the Vic­to­ria In­fir­mary out of hours, then the Queen El­iz­a­beth putting count­less oth­ers at risk.

“She should have phoned up told her sit­u­a­tion and been put in iso­la­tion straight away.

“Plus the fact she had vis­ited a school only days be­fore, a bit of com­mon sense goes a long way.”

But Pauline Lynch de­fended the health worker, say­ing: “She ob­vi­ously didn’t know that she had it again so to put the blame on the poor girl is dis­gust­ing.

“Also to even at­tend out of hours she would have to have con­tacted NHS 24 and they would have been the ones to make the call on whether she should at­tend the out of hours ser­vice or not. “Peo­ple are too quick to jump the gun.” And Louize Spring added: “Hope she re­cov­ers soon x”

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