Incredibly, nurse Nina Pham, 26, has also matched with Dr Brantly and on Monday received a transfusion of his blood in a move that doctors believe could save her life.Scroll down for videosLifeline: Dr Kent Brantly (left), who has been cleared of Ebola, has match blood types with Nina Pham (right) and donated so she can receive a blood transfusion to battle the deadly virus she caught treating a patientMiss Pham has been in quarantine since Friday after catching the disease from ‘patient zero’ Thomas Eric Duncan the man who brought the deadly virus to America.About 70 staff members at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital were involved in the care of Mr Duncan after he was hospitalized, including the 26 year old.Brantly is believed to have traveled to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, where Pham worked, to make the donation on Sunday night.Miss Pham’s condition was described as ‘clinically stable’ on Tuesday morning. She is believed to be in good spirits and had spoken to her mother via Skype.A second person who came in contact with the nurse is being monitored for Ebola symptoms in an isolation unit at Texas Presbyterian. He is reportedly Miss Pham’s boyfriend according to Dallas News.The individual works at Alcon in Fort Worth, according to a staff email seen by CBS.
One of the most stunning views at City Palace is at the peacock gate at the Pitam Niwas Chowk (the inner courtyard.) At the inner courtyard, there are four gates, each representing a different season. The peacock gate represents autumn, the lotus gate represents summer, the green gate represents spring, and the rose gate symbolizes winter. These beautiful gates are excellent examples of the workmanship done at this palace..
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