United States - Nurse Nina Pham is the first health care worker who was infected by Ebola virus at the Texas hospital. She was closely involved on caring her patient named Thomas Eric Duncan, who was the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States and died on October 8 at the Texas hospital.

US Ebola victim speaks from hospital room

Nina Pham arrived in Maryland Thursday evening on a chartered small jet from Dallas, bound for treatment at a federal hospital outside Washington, D.C., according to the international news.

But before she left at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Pham has a 56-second video who shot by her attending doctor. She was happy and emotional during that time.

She said, "Come to Maryland, everybody," as she jokes during the video recording. Pham also says, "I'm doing really well," when she left the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital.

Pham wipes away her tears after she says, I love you guys."

According to hospital spokesman Wendell Watson, "With so many of the medical professionals who normally staff our intensive care unit sidelined for the continuous monitoring, we felt it was in the best interest of the hospital's employees, the nurses, the physicians, the community, to give the hospital an opportunity to prepare for ... for whatever comes next," as reported by USA Today.

Pham fellow health-care workers are expressing love and support for her, they cheering and waving signs telling "Get Well Soon Nina."

Meanwhile, The screenings began to all passengers arriving from West Africa on Saturday at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Also at Washington Dulles International, Newark Liberty International, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International and Chicago O'Hare International airports.

Watch Nina Pham with another nurse in attendance, wearing a full mask and other protective gear.

Video From: Youtube/Texas Health Resources

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