A Scots nurse who survived Ebola has been cleared of misconduct fees by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Pauline Cafferkey, forty, was contaminated whereas working in Sierra Leone in 2014.
She confronted expenses for allegedly permitting a improper temperature to be recorded at Heathrow and for leaving a screening space with out flagging it up.
The conduct and competence panel dismissed the fees after listening to she had been impaired by sickness. One other cost of dishonesty was withdrawn.
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Panel chair, Timothy Cole, advised Pauline Cafferkey that in her “exhausted and more and more unwell state” she didn’t got down to mislead employees.
He stated Ms Cafferkey’s conduct in leaving the screening space with out flagging up her elevated temperature might solely be defined by sickness and exhaustion.
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