Alternate Health Minister states that Greece is ready should an Ebola virus case appear

With special rooms in Athens and Thessaloniki

Alternate Health Minister Leonidas Grigorakos  in statements he made on Saturdy, he said that Greece is prepared to combat the Ebola virus. “We are ready. We are taking precautionary measures. We have set up a “special room” at ‘Amalie Flemmin’ hospital in Athens with two beds. What interests us is to have no Ebola incident”. He refused to answer which hospital in Thessaloniki is being prepared for the same reason but reassured that there is a special area in Thessaloniki’s airport to quarantine an Ebola virus case.