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“Two suspect cases had fever, they are under observation and so far have tested negative to the virus.
“The monitoring of suspect cases will continue until the end of them period of 21 days from their exposure to the victim,’’ he said.
originally posted by: sam_inc
This virus been spreading since the 1970's and now everyone panicking?? Please stop! There wont be no false flags, no martial law, and all this non sense. Stop spreading fear and bs
US issues travel warning for countries with Ebola
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued its highest level of travel notice today, urging people to avoid travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. The three countries are currently experiencing the worst Ebola outbreak on record.
To give you an idea of how dire this is, on July 31 these are the only three places on Earth with a CDC Level 3 travel warning.
The CDC's statement "urged" all residents to avoid "nonessential" travel to the area. That pretty much means stay out unless you're an aid worker.
Here's a section of the notice about Liberia:
This recommendation to avoid nonessential travel is intended to facilitate control of the outbreak and prevent continued spread in two ways: to protect US residents who may be planning travel to the affected areas and to enable the Liberian government to respond most effectively to contain this outbreak. CDC remains committed to the multinational effort to assist Liberia in controlling the outbreak and is scaling up its response activities by, among other things, deploying additional staff to the affected countries. International humanitarian assistance must continue, and CDC encourages airlines to continue flights to and from the region to facilitate transport of teams and supplies essential to control the outbreak.
The statements about Guinea and Sierra Leone used similar language.
Just so I'm understanding you correctly, are you saying the doctor who was flown back to the US was not showing symptoms?
And then flown back a week later, in "grave" condition. So yeah, he more than had the virus in him, he was already dying from it.
…During the second week, the patient defervesces and improves markedly or dies in shock with multiorgan dysfunction, often accompanied by disseminated intravascular coagulation, anuria, and liver failure.
originally posted by: Destinyone
a reply to: VashKonnor
So...we can safely assume you are a virologist.
You joined just to set us straight on the facts of the progression of ebola?
originally posted by: VashKonnor
a reply to: 00nunya00
I meant that he wasn't at the worst stage of the disease. At the worst stage of the disease he would be incapacitated and unable to move. I think it's a good sign he was seen walking wearing a suit. I hope he has a complete and easy recovery (which is still possible).
originally posted by: 00nunya00
But what you SAID was that he wasn't infectious, he only had the virus *in* him. Which is, despite your giggles in that post, just wrong. He was, in fact, infectious.