Alice, a Kenyan a nurse working in USA seen here washing dishes and not taking care of patients after being sent home over Ebola fears
Alice, a Kenyan a nurse working in USA seen here washing dishes and not taking care of patients after being sent home over Ebola fears

A Kenyan only identified as Alice and working as A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in Dallas USA claims that her employer asked her to leave the hospital premises and never make contact with others her daughter and husband, living in Kenya visited for two days.

According to US’s ABC news, Alice is quoted as saying;

I was surprised, I didn’t know what to say,” said Alice, a Kenyan native who asked we only use her first name. “I was in shock, I didn’t expect it.

Alice works as a nursing assistant at Novus Health Services which provides end-of-life care.

Alice was apparently seeing her patient of the day when she received a phone call from the top administration.

“I asked her ‘why should I go home,’ ‘can it be explained why I should go home?’ She told me, ‘go home, don’t let anybody know and don’t come to the office, and I’ll talk to you later.”

Alice then received the form below from her employer profiling her for Ebola.

Infectious Disease Contact Tracking Form

Most Americans are ignorant to the fact that US and European countries have closer interaction with people from the Ebola epicentre while Kenya is more than 6,000 Kilometres from the same.

  • Bwibo

    I have no words for this.

  • I’m so fed up with the way white Americans have panicked over Ebola. To them, Ebola is the dreaded armageddon! The sky has finally come and everything & everyone must be quarantine. They are so stubbornly paranoid. I was doing my part time gig of Taxi services last night when I encountered five white last who had escorted a friend. I heard one of her friend telling her close to the ear that to be careful with ebola “simply because the driver is a black man”
    In the usa, any black man with an accent is an ebola suspect