Saturday, April 25, 2009

CTV WEB EXCLUSIVE: West Island Woman Relieved After Release From Quarantine

Patricia Whelan's daughters, Monica and Tanya, said they were 'very worried' about their mother when she returned home from Mexico.

From CTV News:

Patricia Whelan, a West Islander who feared she had contracted swine flu while in Mexico, was released from the Lakeshore General Hospital in Pointe-Claire Saturday afternoon, after spending hours under quarantine.

The Dollard-des-Ormeaux resident, 50, said she underwent a series of blood tests after being placed in isolation, and was eventually informed that she did not have the potentially deadly strain of flu.

Whelan spent three weeks vacationing in her native Mexico City, and returned to Montreal in late March.

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