Google honours Doctor who loss her life in Ebola outbreak In Nigeria Stella Adadevoh on her 62nd Birthday
Late Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh,who would have turned 62 today, ensured that the patient with the ebola virus infection, Patrick Sawyer, remain in quarantine notwithstanding pressures from both the Liberian government and the patient.
The Tech giant, Google has regarded her 62nd after death birthday with a doodle.A doodle is the impermanent substitution of the Google logo on its landing page to celebrate events, occasions, accomplishments or individuals.
Adadevoh, who was born on October 27, 1956, died in August 2014, in the wake of controling the spread of the Ebola infection through her brave exertion.
Until her death, she filled in as the Lead Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist at the First Consultants Medical Centre in Lagos state,
Dr. Adadevoh in July 2014, came with contact with a Liberian diplomat, Patrick Sawyer, who came to Nigeria for a conference in Calabar, Cross-River state, at the First Consultants Medical Center (FCMC) in Lagos state.
Sawyer had tested positive to Ebola, left isolate in Liberia to attend the conference in Cross-River state.
The ambassador was taken to FCMC after he crumbled at the airplane terminal. Adadevoh, amid her ward rounds speculated that he had Ebola, in spite of the underlying finding of Malaria by another doctor.
She asked for that a test be kept running on Sawyer, and furthermore demanded that he ought to be set on quarantine till the outcomes arrive.
In spite of weight from the Liberian government and dangers to sue her, the doctor declined to release the diplomat.
Rather, as indicated by Wikipedia, she assembled a wooden blockade around Sawyer’s way to make a isolation area.
Adadevoh later tested positive to Ebola on August 4, 2014, because of her contact with the sawyer and later died on August 19, 2014.
Google, writing on its Twitter @googleafrica about the doodle, wrote:
Today our #Googledoodle celebrates the life of Stella Adadevoh, the Nigerian doctor, who helped stop the spread of Ebola in the country during the 2014 outbreak.
— Google in Africa (@googleafrica) October 27, 2018