U.S. government ships possible Ebola patients to hotels with no biohazard safeguards  Eleven people who may have been exposed to Ebola while working in West Africa have been brought back to the U.S., not to be admitted to high biosafety hospitals for careful monitoring but to be haphazardly housed in hotels and other unprotected places near these hospitals. Reports indicate that one of the individuals had “potential exposure to the individual being treated at NIH,” referring to the latest U.S. Ebola patient, who is reportedly now in critical condition, currently undergoing treatment at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Four individuals who are believed to have had “more exposure than the others” to the NIH Ebola patient will isolate themselves in “housing” located on the campus of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and the remaining six will be flown into Washington, D.C., and later be shipped out to either either NIH or Atlanta, where Emory University is located. The 11 individuals will all end up near one of the three medical facilities supposedly equipped to handle Ebola patients — the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, the National Institutes of Health in Maryland, or Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. But none of them will actually be admitted to any of these hospitals. MORE