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Ebola alert Ireland: Live updates as HSE investigate possible outbreak of killer disease in Donegal

The HSE is investigating a possible Ebola outbreak in Ireland.

A 44-year-old man found dead in Donegal has been taken to LetterKenny Hospital to an isolated unit.

The man, Dessie Quinn, who is from Mountcharles, in the south-west of the county, recently returned home from Sierra Leone.

He died on Wednesday night at his parents' house.

The killer virus has claimed thousands of lives around the world.

The World Health Organisation has branded it the largest ever recorded outbreak of the disease, with around 700 confirmed deaths so far.

The latest outbreak began in the African nation of Guinea this February, before moving to Liberia and Sierra Leone.

12:42 pm
The family of Dessie Quinn has been told by the HSE that he did not die of ebola.

Independent TD Thomas Pringle said he was told this afternoon by the family that they had just received the news.

Mr Pringle added that the family, despite the ease in their grief.

Mr Quinn, 44, died in the early hours of Thursday in Mountcharles, Co Donegal, some weeks after returning home from Sierra Leone.

Mr Pringle said: “The family insist that the first they knew of the tests was when they heard it on the 6 pm news on RTE on Thursday evening, several hours after the remains were removed to the mortuary at Letterkenny General Hospital.”

He added: “It’s disgraceful that the family weren’t alerted before the statement was made public.

“They are very annoyed with the HSE. They are also annoyed with the media coverage of the event.”

12:25 pm
Fr Adrian Gavigan was interviewed on RTE Radio's Today with Sean O'Rourke earlier this morning, discussing the impact Dessie Quinn's death has had on his family. You can listen back to his interview here.

It is followed by a discussion with Professor Samuel McConkey, who is the head of the department at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland's International Health and Tropical Medicine department.



11:39 am
Here's the statement from the HSE on claims that Mr Quinn's family were not informed of the tests for ebola before the media.

The health body told RTE that it maintained close contact with the Quinn family and only issued a statement after media reports emerged.

A spokeswoman said: "The HSE was in contact with some family members from the outset of the tragic situation yesterday.

"The story broke in the media just before 6pm yesterday at which point the HSE had to make a public statement on the matter, given the urgency and nature of a public health issue such as this.

"The HSE has expressed its sincere condolences to the family for their loss."

11:01 am
Some more information is emerging on Mr Quinn's last days before his death.

Mr Quinn, whose girlfriend and son live in Dublin, had returned to his family home in Doorin, Mountcharles, Donegal, to spend time with relatives and friends.

Although he was being treated for malaria on his return, he was not an inpatient in hospital and was well enough to be out socialising with friends in the evenings before he died. He had gone to bed at a friend's house on Wednesday night after complaining of feeling unwell.

It is understood the family are hoping to get the results of the blood tests at around midday.

The HSE declined to comment on when the checks would be completed or when information would be passed on to the family and the public.

Relatives, friends and neighbours gathered at the home in Doorin late last night and Mr Quinn's friend, who was with him in the hours before he was found dead, was also at the house.

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10:27 am
The firm Mr Quinn worked for have issued a statement expressing their 'deepest sympathies and sorrow' for his family.

KN Network Services, which has returned all its staff from Sierra Leone where Mr Quinn was working, said: "Dessie was an extremely hard working and valued member of staff and was very popular with all his colleagues and he will be missed by everybody who worked with him.

"The company have offered their support to the Quinn family in Donegal.

"KNNS have also had ongoing contacts and discussions with HSE's Health Protection Surveillance Centre."

10:14 am
Fr Gavigan also appeared on Today with Sean O'Rourke on RTE Radio One, where he repeated that he was angry the family hadn't been informed.

He said: "I was quite shocked and angry, and I thought it was very impersonal."

However, a spokesman for the HSE said that they had been in contact with some members of the Quinn family from the outset.

Fr Gavigan said that the family's priority now is to bring Dessie's body home to Mountcharles, where they can allow him to rest in peace.

He said: "It's really rocked and shaken the family, and the community here. The family are very well known and are very much a part of the community here."

9:58 am
Mr Quinn's family are said to be 'very annoyed' that they were not informed about tests for ebola before the HSE released a statement.

Fr Adrian Gavigan, who has been speaking with the family in Mountcharles, Co Donegal, said Mr Quinn was being treated for Malaria.

He told the BBC: "The family are very annoyed by it. They are grieving. They have lost a son, a brother.

"In its own way, that is very hard to take when there is a sudden death. However, this was the first time they had heard of this news.

"He was a young man being treated for malaria for a number of weeks.

"They are very distraught, numb at his death. It is a shock. If anything, they are grieving more than they are angry.

"However, I am very angry and think it was very impersonal for the HSE to release a statement without giving the family any warning."

9:41 am
A Nigerian woman with cancer who died in the Emirati capital this week has tested negative for Ebola, the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi said.

The 35-year-old woman with advanced cancer had been traveling via Abu Dhabi airport when her health deteriorated. When medics tried to resuscitate her, the patient had shown signs that may have been consistent with the Ebola virus.

"Some of her signs during resuscitation, although explainable by her medical condition, could also have been caused by Ebola virus, and hence this diagnosis needed to be excluded," the authority said in a statement according to the state WAM news agency on Thursday.

At the time, the patient's husband and the five medics who tried to resuscitate her were put in isolation. The Health Authority said none of them had shown any symptoms.

"Given the negative result, all these are individuals are scheduled to be released from isolation today (Thursday)," the statement added.

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9:12 am
Damien Quelly, of child poverty charity, Plan Ireland, saw the effects of the Ebola virus in West Africa.

He had this to say on the killer disease.

"When I was in Guinea in March, I witnessed the initial spread of the Ebola virus.

"But at the time none of us thought we were seeing the start of the most deadly outbreak on record which has claimed 1,350 lives.

"As Plan Ireland’s deputy regional director for West Africa, I am helping to direct our response in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

"We have been working for four months to contain the disease’s rapid spread.

"In Liberia for instance, people have claimed the outbreak is “worse than war”.

"Part of a sound effort to halt the outbreak is to tackle the misconceptions people have towards the virus.

"Some are not seeking medical attention as they believe Ebola can be attributed to witchcraft.

"With weak health systems and a fast-spreading illness, this outbreak is one step ahead of the under-resourced response to combat it.

"With no effective treatment, raising awareness of Ebola and the measures people can take are some of the ways to reduce infection and death."

To donate to Plan Ireland’s work visit www.plan.ie.
8:23 am
More than 1,350 people have died from the disease in West Africa, according to the World Health Organisation, which has declared the Ebola epidemic a global health emergency.

Meanwhile a village herbalist who claimed she had special powers to heal Ebola victims is said to have been responsible for the spread of the killer disease to Sierra Leone causing 365 deaths.

The outbreak in the country may never have happened if she hadn’t boasted she could cure suffers, which led to infected victims crossing the border from Guinea.

The woman, who lived in the eastern border of village of Sokoma, was then engulfed by so many victims she contracted the killer disease which has claimed 1,350 lives so far.

Health official Mohammed Vandi, in charge of the hardest-hit district of Kenema, said: “She got infected herself and died. During her funeral, women around the other towns got infected.

“She was claiming to have powers to heal Ebola and cases from Guinea started crossing the border into Sierra Leone for treatment.”

8:21 am
The Mayor of Donegal and Mountcharles native Councillor John Campbell, who went to school with the deceased, said: “It’s a big shock in the area, I know the family well. My thoughts are with his family now.”

He also urged for people to remain calm, saying: “It is unconfirmed it is Ebola at this stage and even if it was confirmed the chances of it being passed on to anyone else are very small so people shouldn’t panic.”

One local man who knew the suspected victim said: “I met him at a festival in Mountcharles last week and he looked fine. He looked grand, he looked like Dessie, he didn’t look as if he was in bad health.”

8:20 am
It's understood Mr Quinn worked as an engineer for a company based in Clondalkin, Dublin.

His firm had been hired to provide 600km of digital cabling and wi-fi in Sierra Leone and along its borders with Guinea and Liberia.

Along with Nigeria, all three countries have been at the centre of the ebola scare.

There have been reports that some of Mr Quinn's work colleagues may have also contracted the virus.

7:52 am
There was good news on the battle to cure the disease yesterday.

Two charity workers who contracted Ebola as they helped fight the epidemic in West Africa were released from hospital after successful experimental treatment.

Doctor Kent Brantly worked with Christian aid organisation Samaritan’s Purse in Liberia treating patients when he fell ill with the disease.

The 33-year-old and fellow American Nancy Writebol, an aid worker who also contracted Ebola while in the country, were airlifted back to the States amid much controversy for treatment.

Dr. Brantly had selflessly insisted Ms Writebol should be given the only vial of experimental medicine when they fell ill last month.

Instead he was given a “unit of blood” from a 14-year-old who had survived Ebola – which some doctors believe would contain antibodies strong enough to fight off the virus.

The pair were held in the acute isolation centre at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta after arriving earlier this month.

Several Americans, including billionaire Donald Trump, expressed outrage over the decision to bring them back to the States fearing they could spread the disease.

7:36 am
Health chiefs put Letterkenny General hospital on lockdown last night over fears the Ebola virus had claimed its first victim in Ireland.

Staff in Letterkenny General Hospital isolated the body of Dessie Quinn pending the results of blood tests today which will reveal whether he had the killer virus.

The 43-year-old had returned to Ireland last week from Sierra Leone which is one of the country’s worst hit by the crisis.

He is thought to have been living with his partner in Dublin but was visiting his family just outside Mountcharles in Donegal when he fell ill.

The father of one was believed to have been suffering from malaria at the time of his death and had returned from the West African country where he worked with a telecommunications company.

Mr Quinn became unwell shortly before 2.30am yesterday and died at his parents’ home. His body was transferred to Letterkenny General Hospital. Local priest Fr Adrian Gavigan visited to perform the last rites.

He said the Quinn family are very well respected in the area and added: “This has come as an awful shock to them. I genuinely hope that this is not confirmed.”

The cleric told how as far as he was concerned the dead man’s family knew nothing about an Ebola scare and there had been no mention of the virus until late yesterday afternoon, and everyone presumed he had died of malaria.

Fr Gavigan added: “I’m not sure how this has all come about. Perhaps if this was a year ago and Ebola was not being talked about, then we would not have this situation now.

“There was never any mention of Ebola and everyone just presumed that he was showing all the signs of malaria. I’m not sure how this has come out or how the hospital has come to this conclusion. I just hope for the family’s sake that this is not the case.”

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The family of Dessie Quinn has been told by the HSE that he did not die of ebola.

Independent TD Thomas Pringle said he was told this afternoon by the family that they had just received the news.

Mr Pringle added that the family, despite the ease in their grief.

Mr Quinn, 44, died in the early hours of Thursday in Mountcharles, Co Donegal, some weeks after returning home from Sierra Leone.

Mr Pringle said: “The family insist that the first they knew of the tests was when they heard it on the 6 pm news on RTE on Thursday evening, several hours after the remains were removed to the mortuary at Letterkenny General Hospital.”

He added: “It’s disgraceful that the family weren’t alerted before the statement was made public.

“They are very annoyed with the HSE. They are also annoyed with the media coverage of the event.”

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Breaking: Dessie Quinn's family informed he did not have Ebola -

THE man at the centre of an Ebola alert did not have have the disease.

Independent.ie has learned the family of Dessie Quinn were informed shortly after noon today that tests carried out in a laboratory had proven negative.

His family had earlier said they didn't think he had the disease.

Mr Quinn (44) was found dead at his home outside Mountcharles, Co Donegal, in the early hours of yesterday.

"The HSE has confirmed that laboratory test samples for an individual, who had recently returned from Africa, has proved negative for Ebola Virus," the HSE said in a statement.

"Infection control procedures, which had been put in place as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down.

"The HSE expressed its condolences to the individual’s family and friends for their loss."

Mr Quinn had been treated for malaria in Sierra Leone where he worked for a Clondalkin-based company laying cables.

However, some members of Mr Quinn’s family did not receive medical advice ahead of the HSE warning last night that it was treating his death as a potential Ebola case.

No-one was placed in quarantine and some family members only learned of the alert on the RTE Six One News.

The HSE said today that it was in contact with certain family members “from the outset”. However, this only happened after Mr Quinn’s death.

It also emerged that fellow workers of Mr Quinn at KN Network Services in Dublin have been evacuated from Sierra Leone.

The father-of-one, whose son lives in Dublin, was a popular member of staff and lived most of his time in the capital when he wasn’t working abroad.

He had returned to his native Mountcharles to be close to his large extended family as he fought malaria. Friends say he was diagnosed in Sierra Leone and had been ill for the past two weeks.

However, he had appeared to be recovering and was well enough to have drinks with friends in the Milltown Bar in nearby Inver on Sunday night.

“We believe this has been blown way out of proportion and the HSE announcement has brought added stress to the family,” said one relative today.

“We understand the precaution but as soon as the media was told a man from South West Donegal was under investigation (for the illness) it didn’t take a whole lot of time for everyone to work out that it was Dessie the HSE was talking about.”

Catholic Curate Dr Adrian Gavigan said it was “poor form” that some members of the Quinn family learned of the alert on the TV news.

“The first they heard of it was when someone watched the news. Before that, they had just presumed that Dessie had died from malaria,” he said. “Nothing had suggested anything different and for relatives to find out like this was very poor form in my opinion.

“There had been no mention of the Ebola virus at all until the announcement by the Health Services Executive.

“It is a very, very sad time for his family.”

The HSE announced last night that Mr Quinn’s remains were being assessed in an isolated area of Letterkenny General Hospital, after being removed from the home to the hospital by an undertaker.

Blood samples have been sent for laboratory testing to confirm whether or not he died from the Ebola virus. The results are expected later today.

Mr Quinn had been feeling well enough to go out with friends at the weekend. He had visited pubs in Inver, around 3km from his home in Mountcharles, on Sunday evening.

Questions were being asked about why he had not been tested for Ebola earlier, especially as the symptoms of malaria and Ebola are similar.

The direction to hospitals is to screen patients who have returned from a country within 21 days where there has been an outbreak of the virus who display fever and flu-like symptoms.

Dr Darina O’Flanagan, Head of the HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre, said: “In general, the risk of contracting Ebola virus disease is extremely low and would involve very close personal contact with the infected individual or their body fluids for there to be any risk at all.

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“We await the outcome of the laboratory tests before we will know whether or not this individual had contracted Ebola virus disease. The appropriate public health guidelines are being followed at every stage in this process as a precaution.”

Colleagues of Mr Quinn say they are devastated by his death.

“The management and Board of KN Network Services (KNNS) express their deepest sympathies and sorrow to the family and friends of the late Dessie Quinn following his untimely death,” said the Clondalkin-based company today.

“Dessie was an extremely hard-working and valued member of staff and was very popular with all his colleagues and he will be missed by everybody who worked with him.

“The company have offered their support to the Quinn family in Donegal. They are also liaising with Dessie’s fellow work colleagues from Sierra Leone on an ongoing basis about the necessary supports, updates, precautions and company contacts,” KNNS said.
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HSE rules out Ebola in death of Donegal man

“Infection control procedures, which had been put in place as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down,” the HSE said today.

THE HSE HAS confirmed that tests investigating the recent death of a man from Donegal who had been working in Sierra Leone have proved negative for the Ebola virus.

The HSE said in a statement yesterday that it was made aware about the remains of a man discovered yesterday morning, who had recently travelled to one of the areas in Africa affected by the current Ebola outbreak.
Today, the HSE said that “infection control procedures, which had been put in place as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down.”

“The HSE expressed its condolences to the individual’s family and friends for their loss.”

Dessie Quinn from Doorin, Co Donegal had recently returned to Ireland after working in Sierra Leone.
The company who employed Quinn said today that it recalled its staff from Sierra Leone “as a precaution”.

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Laboratory tests on a man found dead in Donegal have proven negative for the Ebola virus.

The body of Dessie Quinn, who was in his mid-40s, was found in a house yesterday morning.

He was originally from the Mountcharles area, outside of Donegal town and had returned to Ireland in recent weeks after working in Sierra Leone, where there is an Ebola virus outbreak.

Fr Adrian Gavigan says family found out about Ebola tests via media
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It is understood Mr Quinn had been getting treatment for suspected malaria.

His body was removed to Letterkenny General Hospital for tests.

The Health Service Executive said infection procedures, which had been put in place at the hospital as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down.

The company Mr Quinn worked for issued a statement this morning expressing its sympathies to his family.

KN Network Services said he was an extremely hard working and valued member of staff and will be missed by everyone who worked with him.

The company said it was liaising with his work colleagues from Sierra Leone as it awaits the outcome of the medical tests.

It said it has had ongoing contact with the HSE and all its remaining staff in Sierra Leone were removed from the country last Saturday and were screened for Ebola on their departure.

There were no positive tests or signs of symptoms for the disease, a company spokesman said.

The priest who gave the last rites said his family did not know he was at the centre of an investigation into a suspected Ebola case.

Speaking on RTÉ's Today with Sean O'Rourke, Fr Adrian Gavigan said the first time the family became aware of the investigation was by learning of it via the media.

"When I heard that, the devastation of that news, I went down to the family to see how they were getting on, how they were coping with that, never mind the devastation of losing their son and brother. This was just another dimension.

"And that was the first that they knew, basically the nation knew before the family knew that this was going to be investigated."

In a statement, the HSE insisted it maintained close contact with the Quinn family following Mr Quinn's death and only issued their statement yesterday on the back of media reports.

"The HSE was in contact with some family members from the outset of the tragic situation yesterday," a spokeswoman said.

"The story broke in the media just before 6pm yesterday at which point the HSE had to make a public statement on the matter, given the urgency and nature of a public health issue such as this.

"The HSE has expressed its sincere condolences to the family for their loss."

The executive also said it was important to note that it had at no point identified or named any individual and that this was done by media late last night.

Any comment made by the HSE sought to protect the confidentiality of the individual and their family.

The HSE statement did not say whether the deceased individual was male or female, or what part of Africa they had returned from.

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22 August 2014 Last updated at 08:25 ET

Ebola reports: Dessie Quinn did not have Ebola say health authorities

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The body of Dessie Quinn was tested for the Ebola virus at Letterkenny General Hospital

An Irishman who died after recently returning from Sierra Leone did not have the Ebola virus, health authorities have confirmed.

Dessie Quinn, from the Mountcharles area of County Donegal, died after he suffered what were described as Ebola-like symptoms.

On Thursday, the Health Service Executive (HSE) said they were testing his body for the disease.

The HSE have confirmed that the results show no signs of the virus.

"Infection control procedures, which had been put in place as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down," a statement said.

Mr Quinn had worked as an engineer in Sierra Leone for Dublin-based firm KN Network Services.

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The company said they returned all their staff from Sierra Leone last Saturday as "a precaution" and screened all employees for Ebola when they left.

A spokesperson said there were no positive tests or signs of symptoms from any of the staff.

In a statement, the company said: "The management and board of KN Network Services express their deepest sympathies and sorrow to the family and friends of the late Dessie Quinn following his untimely death.

"Dessie was an extremely hard working and valued member of staff and was very popular with all his colleagues and he will be missed by everybody who worked with him."
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Mr Quinn had recently returned from Sierra Leone in West Africa, where over 1,300 people have died from the disease
Earlier, a priest who had spoken to the Quinn family said they had first heard about a possible link to Ebola through the media.

Fr Adrian Gavigan said the family were "very annoyed" at not being told about tests for the virus.

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He said Mr Quinn had been treated for malaria.

"They are grieving. They have lost a son, a brother. In its own way, that is very hard to take when there is a sudden death.

"However, this was the first time they had heard of this news. He was a young man being treated for malaria for a number of weeks.

"I am very angry and think it was very impersonal for the HSE to release a statement without giving the family any warning."

The HSE said it was in contact with some family members "from the outset of the tragic situation" on Thursday.

"The story broke in the media just before 6pm yesterday, at which point the HSE had to make a public statement on the matter, given the urgency and nature of a public health issue such as this.

"The HSE has expressed its sincere condolences to the family for their loss.

"It is important to note that the HSE, at no point, identified or named any individual.

"Any comment made by the HSE sought to protect the confidentiality of the individual and their family - our statement did not say whether the deceased individual was male or female or what part of Africa they had returned from."

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Questions from a layman's viewpoint:

- what did Quinn die of?

- how did he pass airpot control?

- is a test strain-specific?

- ELISA or PCR option might lead to severe understatement of risk?


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DUBLIN—The remains of a man who died after he recently returned from Africa have proved negative for the Ebola virus, health officials said Friday.

In what was the first suspected case of the disease in Ireland, the sudden death of the man in County Donegal, in the north west of the country, had sparked an alert that led authorities to test the dead man's body for the virus late Thursday.

But the Health Service Executive, which supervised the investigation, said that samples had shown that the man was free from the virus and "infection control procedures, which had been put in place as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down."

Fr. Adrian Gavigan, a priest in the village of Mountcharles, County Donegal, named the deceased man as Dessie Quinn, who he said had returned home from Africa in recent weeks after working for an Irish company in Sierra Leone. Mr. Quinn was being treated for malaria before his death, Fr. Gavigan told the Irish broadcaster RTE Radio.

The Irish Independent newspaper reported that Mr. Quinn, in his mid-40s, had recently been working as an engineer in Sierra Leone, a country hit by outbreaks of the virus, and was visiting family members in County Donegal when he was taken ill.

His body was held in an isolation area at the county's Letterkenny General Hospital during the tests. The hospital remained open during the alert.

Darina O'Flanagan, Head of the Health Service Executive Protection Surveillance Centre, had earlier said that the risk of contracting Ebola virus disease was extremely low. "The appropriate public health guidelines were are being followed at every stage in this process as a precaution," she said.

Write to Eamon Quinn at eamon.quinn@wsj.com

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