Saturday, October 4, 2014

Ebola . It's here and now what?

Hazardous Materials  crew are at
a apartment of a Ebola infected
man who may have exposed
a 100 people.
Ebola is finally here. Incredibly our government is hardly issuing warnings  because it looks as  if  the CDC has all "contained" it.  I am a BIG SKEPTIC on how the government is handing the Ebola issue. The government is treating this with caution , not trying to panic the public as much as they are handling the  so called ## >  respiratory enterovirus EV-D68 .There are a couple of things I find disturbing.First the infected people are being treated in civilian hospitals . Where any of the victims are  quarantined? As in an isolated military complex?  any one of then can spread it to others .   One *** physician in Missouri is accusing the Centers for Disease Control of being “derelict in its duty,” saying the agency is not leveling with the public about the potential for Ebola to spread in the United States.Dr. Gil Mobley says there has been a lack of planning on the CDC’s part to head off the spread of Ebola now that it has made its way to the U.S. through air travel. IN THEORY we are to believe Unlike those illnesses, Ebola cannot be spread through the air, and a person has to come in contact with bodily fluids such as blood, feces or vomit in order to catch the virus. Also, a person infected with Ebola is not contagious until symptoms show up, according to the experts, unlike the measles which can be contagious up to four days before symptoms emerge. Just recently  (1)> A man who recently visited Liberia, where the disease is active, has brought the illness to Dallas. The man apparently exhibited no symptoms of the disease when he boarded his flight, and in fact symptoms did not appear until four or five days after he arrived home, according to the CDC. The patient was admitted to Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas on Sunday. It is not believed that any other individuals have been infected, although it remains a possibility. Officials have admitted that he was sent home after an initial visit to the hospital where he could have infected others. It wasn't until two days after his initial visit that he was admitted as an Ebola case. There is a lot of carelessness on the part of the CDC . I am  sure my readers we will not hear the last of Ebola in America . A study, published in the scientific journal PLOS Currents: Outbreaks, used data supplied by the World Health Organization on the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Here is an outrageous remark by a government official on Ebola . (2)> Thomas Frieden, director of the CDC, retweeted the USA Today article pooh-poohing the risks of Ebola Friday. The article asserts that the Ebola virus is “rare, difficult to transmit and kills fewer people than flu, measles.” Question now , is this a terrorist attack under our eyes? a little-noticed report, the Israel News Agency says the deadly Ebola virus may be spreading among IS fighters in Syria. The report refers to a study by Israeli security forces that notes the likely source of the infection. Meanwhile an article in  (3)> Global Research makes several interesting points . A Cover up?
" A public tweet from a large government supplier of emergency response products specializing in “high risk events” says that Disaster Assistance Response Teams were told to prepare to be activated in the month of October. The shocking revelation, made on the Goldenstate Fire/EMS Twitter page, suggests that not only did someone know that the Ebola virus would be reaching America, but that they knew exactly when it would happen.
“What we are now hearing is just the tip of the iceburg (sic) as we enter October,” noted the company’s Twitter spokesperson. “Ebola virus will cripple EMS and hospitals.”
When Future Money Trends, a follower of the page, asked what they meant by this statement, Goldenstate Fire/EMS responded with a shocking revelation.
“DART teams were notified months ago they would be activated in October. Timing seems weird. Source: current DART member.”
What we are now hearing is just the tip of the iceburg as we enter October. #Ebolavirus will cripple EMS and hospitals. The wait is over!
— GoldenStateFIRE/EMS (@GoldenStateEMS) September 30, 2014 "

 So here is the final twist about Ebola in America , which is more disturbing , and likely to spread panic . Dr. Gil Mobley says there has said that there has  been a lack of planning on the CDC’s part to head off the spread of Ebola now that it has made its way to the U.S. through air travel. Mobley is advising people to get a flu shot this year.“I believe in flu shots more now than ever with the impending Ebola threat because if you run a fever they could slam you into an infectious disease center with other potential Ebola patients,” he said. Mobley said doctors are wondering what the next step should be in Ebola response now that a cluster of up to 100 people have potentially been exposed to the virus in Texas.“The infectious disease doctors in Springfield were wondering, if the first symptom is fever, when this becomes person to person it’s going to be a real difficult challenge to discern the symptoms of Ebola from the symptoms of the flu,” Mobley said. “So if it goes into emergency rooms, are we going to quarantine everyone in that room?”

***  Read more at (1) > Thanks to the unbelievably incredible bungling in Dallas, we may just be on the cusp of a full blown Ebola pandemic. Ebola infected man who told hospital he had just come from Liberia, now with Ebola symptoms, sent home with antibiotics (useless against a virus), out and around for three days before checking into another hospital, exposed all he was staying with, vomited on sidewalk , and now unprotected workers pressure wash the sidewalk spattering infected vomit all over nearby cars and flushing it down a storm drain to run into the nearest river. How stupid can you get? Pandemic looks very possible, the guy in Dallas came into contact with a 100 people, perhaps more. (2)>  The first Ebola diagnosis in the U.S. has raised concerns about whether the disease that has killed 3,400 people in West Africa could spread in the U.S. Federal health officials say they are confident they can keep it in check. It contradicts how the ebola virus is spread , so it just can't spread with contact with vomit and other bodily fluids . So there is a chance of air- borne exposure as well. (3)> Global Research : ## > Now, in addition to measles, more than 1,000 children in 10 states -- Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Iowa, Colorado, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Georgia -- have suddenly become infected with a rare respiratory virus, not seen in the U.S. since the 1960s, called human Enterovirus EV-D68. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claim that the rare strain is related to the same rhinovirus responsible for causing the common cold.

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