Monday, October 20, 2014

New CDC Ebola guides "Buddy Up & Cover Up" Code named: Fluke Rules

New hospital guidelines for Ebola patients call for healthcare workers to cover up
The new guidelines are expected to set firmer standards: calling for full-body suits and hoods that protect worker's necks; setting rigorous rules for removal of equipment and disinfection of hands; and requiring a "site manager" to supervise the putting on and taking off of equipment.

New CDC Ebola guides, 
"The guidelines also are expected to require a "buddy system" in which workers check each other as they come in and go out..."

Why "Fluke Rules?"
CDC REP: Why re-invent the wheel? Fluke has these "firmer standards" down to a science by now. Not sure who she has used as a site manager czar, but we will be taking her recommendations soon.

In other news, the CDC has refused to set a Fluke travel ban.

A recent Chattering Teeth poll found that the majority of Americans support a travel ban to Sandra Fluke's old dorm room until such time as it can be sand blasted and smelted.


  1. Well, we're used to the guvmint paying under the Fluke Rules.

  2. Yep, Georgetown needs to pay for my hazmat too!