BBC, so-called 'singular they,' of course.
It's probably on their list of unbreakable rules of style.
If a person has successfully fought off the infection, it means their body has learned how to combat the virus and they will have antibodies in their blood that can attack Ebola.
Grammatically corrected, that reads thus.
If a person has successfully fought off the infection, it means his body has learned how to combat the virus and he will have antibodies in his blood that can attack Ebola.
I was taught grammar by a succession of elderly New England maiden ladies.
Wouldn't want to let them down.
Good news about the serum.
Certain Arab states have been rolling in oil money for decades, using it to buy ridiculous luxuries for their rulers and to finance not only the teaching of Jihader ideology but the conduct of Jihad by groups such as al-Qaeda and ISIS.
Are they helping at all with the Ebola crisis?