The hard part about riding a tiger is sticking the dismount.
So take an educated guess: in the nuclear field, when are workers most likely to contaminate themselves?
Answer: when removing their contaminated protective clothing.
Don’t forget that tidbit when seeing articles like this one.
“Treating one Ebola patient requires, full time, 20 medical staff. Mostly ICU (intensive care unit) people. So that would wipe out an ICU in an average-sized hospital.”
And she fails to mention that not all of those 20 will be properly trained, or properly alert at all times. If Ebola starts popping up here, the more people we throw at it, the more we ensure that some of them fail at the tiger dismount.
Edohiguma can surely add to this point.