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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    Ebola: Is it Already Here and Why is the Mainstream Not Reporting Dozens of New Cases of Unknown Origin?



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    March 5th, 2015



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    By Lizzie Bennett


    Ebola is rarely in the news these days. What we should be asking is why it isn’t in the news. It hasn’t gone away, in fact, cases are actually on the increase. The World Health Organisation states:


    The steep decline in case incidence nationally in Sierra Leone from December until the end of January has halted. Transmission remains widespread, with 8 districts reporting new confirmed cases. A significant proportion of cases are still arising from unknown chains of transmission.



    The report covers the 7days up to the 22nd February and was published on March 4th. The CDC lists almost 24,000 cases and almost 10,000 deaths and both organisations accept that many of the cases have an unknown outcome, that is, they have no idea if the victims lived or died which could mean the death rate from the outbreak is far higher than the official figures suggest.

    So why is this not in the news? Have mainstream media outlets been ‘advised’ to reel in their coverage?

    I worked for many years in the National Health Service here in the UK, and I have been told, several times, by several people that are still working in the NHS that Ebola cases are currently being treated in UK and US hospitals, and that this has been the case in the US since the death of Thomas Duncan in October of last year. The first UK case arrived a short time later and the patient died. William Pooley, the public face of Ebola in the UK was apparently not the first case as stated but was the first survivor and he also returned to West Africa, which made him the ideal poster boy for the ‘we cured Ebola’ brigade.

    I can’t verify that hospitals in the UK, and the USA, and in a single instance Australia are reporting Ebola cases as malaria cases to avoid a pubic scrutiny in their handling of Ebola cases. The Australian case was listed as Dengue fever according to these sources.

    Recently I travelled to Kenya, in East Africa. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, Kenya was my entry point to the country. I was very surprised that after disembarking from my nice shiny British Airways jet that small groups of passengers were ushered into the arrivals area and that we were screened by doctors in surgical scrubs and gowns, complete with gloves, masks and overshoes.

    The screening was nothing major, stop on the red line and get a temperature probe pointed at you. During the few seconds the reading took to register, we were asked if we had taken any medication to relieve headaches or cold symptoms since leaving the UK. (These drugs lower your temperature). A rather irritating Londoner complained about his rights being violated as nobody had asked permission to take his temperature only to be told firmly but politely that Ebola has no respect for international borders or nationality and that it was his right to get on the next plane out if it was that much of an issue.

    After our temperature and question, we were rushed towards the immigration queue. A gowned man stood with a box full of alcohol sanitizer waiting to refill the two machines when they ran out, avoiding the gel was not an option…”Excuse me Sir/Madam” followed by a nod at the dispensers mounted on the brick columns that supported the roof.

    At the next column you used more sanitizer, and then once more before arriving at the desk to present your papers…and again immediately you left the desk before collecting your luggage and again immediately before leaving the airport. The routine was the same in reverse on the trip through the airport to return home.

    All over Nairobi there are hand sanitizer dispensers. They are in every public place and government office. Some shops and stores have brought their own and expect you to use them as you arrive. Posters constantly remind you about hand hygiene. The traditional Kenyan fist bump, used as a greeting is something not usually seen in more formal settings. Now it has in many areas of business, replaced a handshake and ex-pats are into lots of eye contact and ‘Hi how are you?’ instead of the usual full on hug and back slapping that often came when meeting fellow countrymen. For the ‘ladies that lunch’ set, of which there are many, air kissing is the new norm replacing the traditional kiss on the cheek once so beloved of these women.

    At Heathrow departures, there was a couple of posters reminding travellers that West Africa had Ebola. On returning there was a couple of posters saying if you felt ill and were returning from West Africa stay where you are and use the phone on the wall by the poster to speak to a member of staff. That was it.

    This, to me, shows either a supreme level of arrogance or a high level of complacency on the part of the British government and the port authorities. As the Doctor at Jomo said “Ebola doesn’t respect borders or nationality.”

    Regardless of whether you believe the chatter leaking out of the hospitals or not the fact is that Western governments are not rising to the challenge that Ebola represents.

    The epidemic that is sweeping West Africa is far from over. The World Health Organization and many charity groups are reporting that unsafe burials are still taking place, that people are still caring for relatives stricken with Ebola in their homes. Many villages are not allowing monitoring teams to enter and the Ebola status in those areas are not known.

    When capital cities with international business links such as Conakry and Freetown are once again reporting a rise in cases the alarm bells should be ringing loud about a second wave of Ebola and what that means not only for West Africa but for the rest of the planet.


    Take Care
    Liz



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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    I'm still not sure what to believe. Whether this whole ebola thing was just sensationalism over something that just disappeared on its own. Or whether TPTB have done a great job of covering everything up and trying their best to keep things under wrap.
     
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    Me either. Have to wait and see how things play out.
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    [h=1]American aid worker who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone arrives at hospital in Maryland for treatment[/h]
    • Patient arrived Friday morning at NIH research hospital in Bethesda
    • Patient's condition was still being evaluated after being flown in isolation
    • NIH did not release any further details about the patient
    • Nurse Nina Pham was previously treated for Ebola at the hospital, survived and is now free of the virus


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...acted-Ebola-Africa-treated.html#ixzz3UGtDAD3V
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    Death toll from West Africa's Ebola outbreak passes 10,000: WHO
    DAKAR Thu Mar 12, 2015 2:30pm EDT

    (Reuters) - The death toll from West Africa's Ebola outbreak has passed 10,000, according to the latest tally released by the World Health Organization on Thursday.

    Liberia has recorded the most deaths with 4,162. Sierra Leone is the second worst-hit nation with 3,655, and Guinea has recorded 2,187 dead, according to the data.

    The deadly hemorrhagic fever reached Senegal, Nigeria and Mali but was contained there. A handful of cases have also been recorded in the United States, Spain and Britain.



    http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/12/us-health-ebola-toll-idUSKBN0M82CM20150312
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    Ebola Epidemic Still A Crisis In Sierra Leone One Year On



    https://youtu.be/30dWs8WGz8U

    Published on Mar 18, 2015
    Return to the Hot Zone: Returning to the Ebola ground zero one year on

    Head in to the Ebola Hot Zone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNYej...
    For more on the Ebola epidemic click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...


    Determined to document those affected by Ebola, health project worker Jo Dunlop returns to Sierra Leone. She witnesses the defiant bravery of the local care units that highlight the immense gap in global health.

    When Jo arrived in Sierra Leone to work on a health project, she was also inspired to start a fashion blog on the people of Freetown. But all was soon transformed by an unforeseen catastrophe: Ebola. "It's been devastating. The disease just moved around like this horrible menacing monster, and there were people just crying out for help", she says. Electing to remain in Sierra Leone during the outbreak, Dunlop turned her camera on those afflicted by and fighting the deadly virus. Back on the battle line the resolve of the health workers is only stronger. "We'll get Ebola finished in this country. I have the faith, that's all", a local nurse says. But returning to an area of such need underlines the shocking gulf in international emergency relief. British nurse and Ebloa survivor Will Pooley talks to Dunlop in a clinic he is working from. "Compared to the sophisticated care and resources that went on my treatment in the UK", he says, "why should some people suffer and die unnecessarily, just because of where they were born, and other people get access to the best."

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    Struck by Ebola, A Village Six Months Later



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    Published on Mar 18, 2015
    Benno Muchler revisits Margibi County - returning to a village that was terribly affected during the height of the Ebola outbreak. He first went in September with a local burial team. Since then, more than a dozen villagers died. Survivors are devastated and complain about a lack of government help.
    Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/st...
     
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    ya get dis feeling TPTB don't want people traveling ?
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    Emails: UN health agency resisted declaring Ebola emergency


    Mar 20, 11:49 AM (ET)

    By MARIA CHENG and RAPHAEL SATTER
    GENEVA (AP) — By early June of last year, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was the deadliest ever recorded. There weren't enough beds for patients and many were refusing to seek treatment, driving the outbreak underground.

    Senior staffers in Africa at the World Health Organization raised the prospect of declaring an international emergency. The answer from WHO's Geneva headquarters: Wait.

    According to internal emails and documents obtained by The Associated Press, the U.N. health agency resisted sounding the international alarm until August, a two-month delay that some argue may have cost lives. More than 10,000 are believed to have been killed by the virus since WHO announced the outbreak a year ago.

    WHO has acknowledged acting too slowly to control the Ebola epidemic. In its defense, the agency says the virus' spread was unprecedented and blames factors including lack of resources and intelligence from the field. Internal documents obtained by AP, however, show WHO's top leaders were informed of how dire the situation was. But they held off on declaring an emergency in part because it could have angered the countries involved, interfered with their mining interests or restricted the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca in October.

    Declaring an emergency was "a last resort," Dr. Sylvie Briand, who runs WHO's pandemic and epidemic diseases department, said in a June 5 email to a colleague who floated the idea. "It may be more efficient to use other diplomatic means for now."Five days after Briand's email, WHO Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan was sent a memo that warned cases might soon appear in Mali, Ivory Coast and Guinea Bissau. But it went on to say that declaring an international emergency or even convening a committee to discuss it "could be seen as a hostile act."

    Critics and former WHO staff dismiss that reasoning.

    "That's like saying you don't want to call the fire department because you're afraid the trucks will create a disturbance," said Michael Osterholm, a prominent infectious diseases expert at the University of Minnesota.

    Lawrence Gostin of Georgetown University, said it was "perverse" to let politics interfere with declaring a health emergency and that the countries probably suffered worse economic damage because of the postponed alert.

    "The longer you wait," he said, "the worse it's going to be for your trade and your economy and your tourism."Warning signs — including panic and hints of cross-border spread — were there from the beginning, documents show.

    In mid-April, an experienced Ebola expert with WHO's Africa office wrote to Geneva, with disturbing news that many staffers at a leading hospital in Guinea had been exposed to the virus.

    "What we see is the tip of an iceberg," Jean-Bosco Ndihokubwayo wrote in an email, writing in all caps: "WE NEED SUPPORT."

    The Ebola outbreak erupted at a difficult time for the agency. WHO was also struggling to contain polio outbreaks — which it had declared an international emergency in May — and Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome. At a June 2 meeting, one senior scientist warned the agency was "overwhelmed."

    Declaring an international emergency might not have fixed all those problems but it acts as a global distress signal. Dr. Joanne Liu, the international president of Doctors Without Borders, said she had been lobbying Chan to sound the alarm."I told her, 'Dr. Chan, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa is out of control,'" Liu recalled telling Chan in a July 30 meeting in Geneva. "And she looked at me and she said, 'Dr. Liu, I'm not that pessimistic.' And I just said, 'Dr. Chan, I'm not being pessimistic, I'm just being realistic.'"

    The emergency was eventually declared on August 8, by which point nearly 1,000 people had already died from Ebola.

    WHO's Ebola response leader, Dr. Bruce Aylward, couldn't say whether an earlier declaration would have made a difference, noting that "the overall response slowed down" after the emergency was declared. "Had we declared it earlier, it is very, very difficult to say how perceptions would have affected the response."

    The declaration triggered a global deployment to contain the virus, which many say came too late. Britain, China, the U.S. and others all built Ebola clinics in West Africa, but many weren't ready until late fall — after the epidemic's peak.

    By the end of August, the biggest Ebola hospital run by Doctors Without Borders in the Liberian capital could only open for 30 minutes every morning and people were dying on the ground outside the gates."We had to make the horrendous decision of who we could let into the center," said the aid agency's Rosa Crestani. It was the first time the organization has ever had to write guidelines for how to turn away Ebola patients because there were simply too many to treat.

    ---
    Online:
    Maria Cheng can be reached at: http://twitter.com/mylcheng
    Raphael Satter can be reached at: http://raphae.li
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    An interactive containing a selection of internal emails and documents from WHO illustrating the agency's decision-making in the Ebola crisis is available at: http://data.ap.org/projects/2015/who-ebola/


    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20150320/un--who-bungling_ebola-abridged-e5cf6bec8f.html

     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    I heard they were going to start the Ebola thing again to terrorize the Cattle.

    Usually they do this stuff in "flu shot" season.
     
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    Liberia calls for sexual abstinence to cut Ebola transmission risk
    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/...20150329?feedType=RSS&feedName=healthNewsMolt

    Ebola 'health emergency' in Guinea regions
    http://www.skynews.com.au/news/worl...ola--health-emergency--in-guinea-regions.html

    British Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Says Experimental Drug And Strawberries Saved Her Life
    Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1962960/br...awberries-saved-her-life/#OfUL0SdeOSy2DOqO.99


    Ebola Virus News
    http://abcnews.go.com/topics/lifestyle/health/ebola-virus.htm
     
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    Sierra Leone President Koroma Bemoans Ebola Impact on Economy



    https://youtu.be/pqwkzhlzEDo

    Published on Apr 15, 2015
    In an interview with VOA's Shaka Ssali on Wednesday, President Ernest Koroma said the outbreak undermined his government’s efforts to boost and restructure the economy after years of civil war.
    Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/27...
     
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    this is were a good flame thrower comes in handy ! :dontknow:
     
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    700 Liberian Ebola Workers Protest For Hazard Pay
    http://news.yahoo.com/700-liberian-ebola-workers-protest-hazard-pay-145618295.html

    Rebuilding after Ebola will require the world’s help
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...5d78d2-e52a-11e4-905f-cc896d379a32_story.html

    World Bank assists Ebola-hit countries with $650 million -
    See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2015/04/19/...ntries-with-650-million/#sthash.5gEeyaJo.dpuf
     
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    Post-Ebola Economic Recovery Underway, West African Nations Say



    https://youtu.be/2gXaqlBsPDg

    Published on Apr 24, 2015
    Leaders from the West African nations most affected by the Ebola crisis — Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone — were in Washington this month to meet with President Barack Obama. They also gave exclusive interviews to Voice of America. VOA's Paul Sisco reports.
    Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/po...
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    The Ebola Crisis Isn’t Over Yet


    Posted on Tuesday, May 5, 2015
    by Thoreau


    The CDC and the World Health Organization cite a total of 26,339 Ebola cases from the outbreak that began in western Africa last year. Cases of Ebola are still being identified in Africa, but the number of cases per month has slowed to a crawl. Is the crisis over? It seemed so, until a recent news story: Ebola Researchers Take New Look at Risk of Sexual Transmission. A woman recently contracted Ebola by having sex with a man who survived the disease 5 months earlier, and then she died. Previously, health officials stated that there was no risk of sexual transmission after full recovery. Now they are saying they don’t know if the survivors of Ebola will ever be free from the disease.

    How many of those 26,000 Ebola cases resulted in death? The CDC and WHO claim 10,895 deaths against 26,339 cases. That figure is difficult to believe since the fatality rate for Ebola is well over 50%, and as high as 90%. It may be that the health care system in the affected African nations lost track of some of the afflicted. They may not have had sufficient bed space for everyone with the disease. And many cases might have gone unreported to health authorities. So the 26,000 cases and the 10,000 deaths could both be very low estimates.

    My point is that there are thousands, perhaps tens of thousands of Ebola survivors, and at least some of them can still transmit the disease. They may have been told (or may have read in the media) the initial claim that Ebola was not transmissible by sex after recovery. Now we don’t know how long Ebola survivors remain infectious. If they can transmit the disease by sex, then it seems to me that their blood would also be infectious. It’s like typhoid Mary, but times ten thousand.

    The Ebola crisis has quieted down, quiet like a ticking time bomb. The survivors have the potential to spread the disease very widely. They are asymptomatic carriers. It’s not over yet. Ebola might present recurring outbreaks going forward.


    – Thoreau


    http://www.prep-blog.com/2015/05/05/the-ebola-crisis-isnt-over-yet/
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    If they are right, that is terrifying news.
     
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    once 911 was pulled off the whole world paid for it ! n' the u.s.a. .... well someone has far reaching devious plans the way things are going n' the poor n' middle class appear to be targets..the airlines were a large part of it 'as well as all the laws passed when population was willing to let em pass "like they had a say.. sh!t" . goddam sad state of affairs letting a foreign Zionist country slide into u.s. high ranking top secret classified positions ! reckon ya only get one coup per century ? when technology gives em mini god status it becomes difficult to ascertain for most whats real n' merely a man made contrived set up move on that big chess board. it also helps to own the propaganda machine ! n' da finance / bank like wall street. a war like no other was started .. the same rigamorow they would use in a third world takeover ! best hope they dident bite off more then they can handle germ warfare is not funny n' if ya understand the game it aint either ! :evil:
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    Wrap it up.
     
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    Re: ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In Major Metr

    [h=1]Doctor is found to have Ebola in his EYE months after being treated - and the virus also turned it from blue to green[/h]
    • Dr Ian Crozier left hospital after being treated for Ebola in October 2014
    • Two months later he developed an inflammation in his eye and doctors found it was the Ebola virus - which was no longer in his blood
    • It caused high blood pressure, vision problems and changes in eye colour
    • Experts: 40% of survivors of current Ebola outbreak report eye problems


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...-blue-green-months-treated.html#ixzz3ZYUfXs3I
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    I mentioned before the first US Ebola victim on US soil, Duncan , went to the hospital in Dallas for treatment on the first day of Shemitah, 25 Sep, 2014. He died during the last few minutes of the Blood Red Moon ( 7:51 AM 8 Oct). The last day of this Shemitah cycle is Sep 13, 2015. Shemitah cycle dictates we have not seen the last of it.
     

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    Evolution of a Plague: VICE on HBO Debrief (Episode 11)



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    Danny Gold went to Guinea to see exactly how the deadly ebola outbreak got it's start. This is his debrief from Season 3 Episode 11 of VICE on HBO.

    We're now almost done with the third season of our showVICE on HBO. Among other stories, we've taken a look at climate change in Antarctica, American militias taking the law into their own hands, and the cocaine highway that leads from the streets of Venezuela to the sinuses of European teenagers.

    Last year, the worst Ebola outbreak in human history swept through West Africa, killing more than 10,000 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. The disease spread so quickly in part because the international community was slow to respond, and because the countries where Ebola surfaced lacked the infrastructure, funding, and street-level awareness to slow transmission of the virus. Danny Gold goes to West Africa to see how people there have stepped up to gain control of the outbreak, and to learn whether the world is prepared for the next major epidemic.
     
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    Uh huh, ebola just pops out of no where, spreads all over the country, and disappears. Funny how they dont mention ebola had no patient zero, ebola outbreak happened just when a vaccination program started, and ebola was being spread theough mass tranport.
     
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    Ebola Travel Bans Still Aren't Over For Liberians -06/21
    http://skift.com/2015/06/21/ebola-travel-bans-still-arent-over-for-liberians/

    Kenyan nurses from Ebola mission to be rewarded 06/21
    http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2015/06/kenyan-nurses-from-ebola-mission-to-be-rewarded/

    Obstacles to Ending Ebola Remain in West Africa
    http://www.voanews.com/content/obstacles-ending-rebola-remain-west-africa/2830361.html
     
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    As Ebola returns to Liberia, family of a victim speaks out



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    Liberia said Wednesday a teenager who died of Ebola fever had spread the virus to at least two more people, confirming the first outbreak of the tropical disease for months.
     
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    Guinea-Bissau Trains for Possible Ebola Outbreak
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    Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia continue to battle Ebola more than 18 months since the world’s worst outbreak began. International health officials have stepped up assistance to boost capacity in a region with limited medical infrastructure and porous borders. From Guinea- Bissau, VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports how one at risk country is working to stop an epidemic before it happens.
    Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/gu...
     
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    Ebola Vaccine Hailed as Highly Effective
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    At last, there's a way to end the suffering from the Ebola epidemic that has ravaged West Africa for more than a year. Researchers say the vaccine is so effective, there may never be a major outbreak of Ebola again. VOA's Carol Pearson reports.
    Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/eb...
     
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    Who here is in favor of the aerosolized vaccine they have developed?
     
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    [h=1]Nine people monitored for Ebola symptoms in Alabama after patient who traveled from West Africa struck down by fever[/h]
    • Unidentified patient had been visiting a country in West Africa
    • They alerted the authorities when they started with fever-like symptoms
    • Family members, rescue workers and emergency responders quarantined


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...d-West-Africa-struck-fever.html#ixzz3hwizNX7p
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    Don't think it'll matter. Gonna get it whether your in favor or not......
     
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    As I mentioned before, not surprised to see it surface again in the states before 13 Sep 2015. Events witnessed from the first day 25 Sep 2014 ( the first day of Shemitah, and the day Ebola was also discovered in America)commonly reemerge greater before the last day. Worth watching.

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    "5-13-2015....I mentioned before the first US Ebola victim on US soil, Duncan , went to the hospital in Dallas for treatment on the first day of Shemitah, 25 Sep, 2014. He died during the last few minutes of the Blood Red Moon ( 7:51 AM 8 Oct). The last day of this Shemitah cycle is Sep 13, 2015. Shemitah cycle dictates we have not seen the last of it."
     
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    Senegal Not Letting Down Guard on Ebola
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    Published on Aug 17, 2015
    Senegal was largely able to avoid last year's Ebola epidemic in West Africa, recording just one case of the deadly virus. But even with the outbreak mostly contained, doctors say the country cannot let down its guard. Mariama Diallo recently visited Dakar and has this story.
    Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/se...
     
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