Posted by Joe Defries on Mar 08, 2018
Dr. Paul Dhillon (aka "Master of Disaster) gave a very informative presentation to Rotary members and guests about his work as a volunteer doctor at the Sierra Leone Ebola Clinic in 2014-15. He and a Canadian Forces medical staff of 30 worked with African people at the clinic who had contracted the Ebola virus - the patient fatality rate was 70%. He worked in a 'red zone' at the clinic in a very hot climate. It took 45 minutes to fully suit up before entering the red zone, double glove protection, and mandatory use of chlorine throughout the complex. The presentation took place on 7-Mar-2018 at Pebbles Restaurant in Sechelt, B.C. ...


 














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