Bad news about Marburg
Just when it seemed they were getting things under control:
Dangerous mistakes at a hospital in Angola in recent days could undo the work of medical teams who have been battling an epidemic of the deadly Marburg virusApparently a series of mistakes have led to unnecessary exposures in the hospital which is the focus of the outbreak
Two other mishaps threatened patients. In one, the report said, "the body of a deceased patient was left, uncleaned and uncollected, on an open ward for more than eight hours, placing hospital staff and other patients at risk."
In another case, staff members put a baby into the cot of a child who had just died of Marburg virus, without first disinfecting the cot.
Based on this, I'd have to agree with those who suggest closing the hospital would be for the best.