Dr Martin Deahl says, “We were all ushered into a suite of rooms at Border Control but they were very cramped. If no one had come into close contact with the poor nurse on the flight then they certainly would have done at this point.
“We were told we could go home using public transport but then told not to use public transport when we got home or to go into crowded places. Some people had to catch a tube train into London, if that isn’t a crowded place then I don’t what is.”
Dr Gina Radford (Public Health England)
“Ebola is a hard disease to catch…it is not like the flu”