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originally posted by: soficrow
a reply to: ikonoklast
Brilliant, of course. Thanks much. ....Anthony Fauci, director of NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says the rate of infection in West Africa is now exponential, not linear. Do you have exponential projections from August 1 with the new infection rate? [Not to be pushy and demanding but I'd love to see them.]
The death toll in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone totalled 2,097 as at Sept 5, out of 3,944 cases, a WHO document said.
A further eight people have died in Nigeria, out of 23 cases, and 1 confirmed case in Senegal. That puts the death toll at a total of 2,105 and the number of patients so far at 3,968.
I have to ask if you do consulting work for data analysis ( writing a paper that could use some help)?? These are amazing!
This is a link to an article floating around in the phd blogs today. I have not read all of it but they did give an estimate for Ro.
originally posted by: Oannes
...the DOD says that monoatomic silver is the only proven killer of the Ebola virus. It literally tears open the viruses cell wall rendering it moot.
Ebola in India: Over 1,000 Indians being tracked for Ebola
Editorial Team September 8, 2014
Lagos records another Ebola case
September 8, 2014
Nigeria has recorded another Ebola case, the Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu, said Monday. Mr. Chukwu said the new case is the fiance of one of the primary contacts of the index case, Patrick Sawyer.
….Mr. Chukwu said the primary contact had, however, made a fully recovery.
….He said Nigeria currently has only one Ebola patient — the wife of Mr. Enemuo — whom he said was already recovering and would soon be discharged.