She fancy huh? Amber Vinson aka #EbolaBae is allegedly Ebola free


By Yolanda Spivey

She fancy huh? Check out the new pictures of Amber Vinson, the second nurse to test positive for the Ebola virus, as she sits in her hospital room.  She looks absolutely amazing.

According to Vinson’s family, the Texas nurse is now Ebola-free, although Emory University Hospital would not confirm the news.

Vinson was first diagnosed with Ebola on October 14, 2014.  She treated the now deceased Thomas Eric Duncan who was treated at the Texas hospital where she worked—he passed away on October 8th.

Since then, Vinson faced a huge amount of controversy after flying on a few commercial airlines to visit her family.  The day after she returned to Dallas on October 14th, she was diagnosed with the Ebola virus after admitting herself into the hospital due to an elevated temperature. She was then transferred to Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital, which houses one of the U.S.’s four special Ebola isolation units.

Vinson’s mother, Debra Berry told the New York Daily News, “We all know that further treatment will be necessary as Amber continues to regain strength, but these latest developments have truly answered prayers and bring our family one step closer to reuniting with her at home.”

Since her diagnosis, Vinson’s Texas apartment was cleared out as Texas state officials removed 53 barrels of items that were deemed to be “hazardous material.”  Her apartment was then decontaminated by a Hazmat crew who also “ripped out her carpet, emptied her refrigerator and cleared entire shelves. They took apart her bed to clean it too.”

Facebook was lit on fire as the new pictures of Vinson were revealed.  Facebook user Derrick Wright coined her #EbolaBae, while others made comments about how great Vinson looked.

Nina Pham, the first nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating Duncan is still in isolation at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.  Her condition was upgraded to good according to hospital officials.


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