Johannesburg’s First suspected Ebola case?

There is suspected case at Rahima Moosa hospital, West of Johannesburg and this was claimed from DA Health Spokesperson Jack Bloom on Thursday. Bloom mentioned that he received information regarding a possible case at the hospital.

The patient is from Guinea and is currently being kept in isolation. If this is a confirmed Ebola case than the patient will be transferred to the Charolotte Maxeke Johannesburg hospital which has been chosen to treat Ebola with all due safety measures.
This is a serious situation. The Gauteng health department must provide full evidence to relieve public fears, and tracing must be done immediately and find people who are in close range and in contact with this particular patient, says Bloom.’’
The National Health Department said earlier this month that it had put all ports of entry on high alert.
South African Airways
South African airways mentions on Wednesday that there will be no travel ban to the West African countries. There will be no travel ban to any of these travel destinations as a result of the outbreak of the virus in that region. The airlines remain committed to ensuring the enforcement of international health procedures associated with air transport, says spokesperson Tlali”
OR Tambo International Airport and Lanseria Airport have been fitted with thermal scanners for anyone entering the country, displaying an unexpected high temperature.