Students at Texas A&M design isolation clinics to contain Ebola

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COLLEGE STATION, Tx. - -With over 4,500 dead in West Africa, and two formerly treated right here in Texas, containing Ebola has become priority number one.

At Texas A&M in College Station, a group of graduate students in the College of Architecture thinks they can help. They were tasked with designing portable clinics, to keep patients isolated, and health care workers safe.

Equally as important, these clinics had to be easily shipped to and set up in some of the most remote parts of our world. These designs will be presented to members of Congress, and the specs have been made available free to the public.

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  • Blanca Acevedo

    These designs will be presented to members of Congress, and the specs have been made available free to the public.
    OKAY..CONGRESS BETTER APPROVE OF THIS CAUSE WE ARE IN DANGER HERE..IT SEEMS THAT THE PRESIDENT ISNT DOING NOTHING ABOUT IT!!

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