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If you suspect anyone of showing sympoms of the 'Necro- Mortosis' Virus, the Government has released the following anonymous tip line.
1 800 155 3219
Girl to be released from Quarantine.
21 year old Silke Koch, the young Woman that was bitten by a re-animate on Monday is to be released from Quarantine shortly. In a statement from Hannover Chief Quarantine Facilitator Adelbert Baum he states that Ms. Koch has "proven resistant" to any signs of advancing mortosis.
"This is an outstanding achievement by our facility and staff. We think it is due partially to the quick thinking and actions of our first responder medical team. In many undead attacks, valuable time is lost in processing and identification of an actual mortosis incident. Recently, our facility underwent a complete overhaul of it's diagnosis and response system."
"When Ms. Koch was first administered, she was immediately isolated from other patients, and taken to our new 'Necrosis ward.' Because she was bitten only on her thumb we were able to stop the advancement of necrosis by immediately amputating her left hand. If this had been a bite on, for instance, her torso, then amputation would not be possible and the outcome would have been very grim."
"We administered a new technique of heating and maintaining a warm temperature of the victim. In most cases of infection a cooling of the bodies core temperature is useful. But with mortosis, the opposite is true. The disease seems to cool the body as the life force is dispelled. We theorized that by maintaining a warm core temperature it would delay the onset and advancement of the disease."
Mr. Baum added "We hope that within the next few days Ms. Koch will be released from this facility as the first recorded survivor of this terrible disease. We appeal to the members of the press not to disturb her. It is her and her families wish to let her recover fully at a private undisclosed address."
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