WHO relying on U.S. to airlift foreign Ebola workers
OCTOBER 31, 2014
WHO helped pave the way for Ebola-infected international healthcare workers in West Africa to receive medical treatment in U.S. hospitals, regardless of their citizenship status. The State Department’s commercial contract with medevac aircrafts made this possible, and a State Department internal memo suggested Ebola-infected non-citizens should be admitted into American hospitals for treatment. Read more about Judicial Watch’s press release regarding all of this here. Judicial Watch hopes its FOIA requests on this matter will be fulfilled soon, so you can learn the truth about this scandal.