posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 10:40 PM
originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
I think it's spreading and in just may be active in areas we wouldn't expect to see it.
I read the CDC was contacted over scares in several US states, I don't have the article on hand but it goes to show you how much they'd try to bury
something that could "panic" people.
Also the Western world isn't as clean as we think it is. Garbage, littering, urine and feces on sidewalks in many major cities, filthy public
bathrooms. Unhygienic restaurants, transportation, bad hygiene (try being in a crowded standing room only bus with sneezing, coughing NYers).
Honestly, we're more "aesthetically hygienic" than most countries but we're still coated in germs, many fear hospitals or have other stigmas
against medicine so they won't contact help unless it's something severe.
It could spread, but I don't know if it would be a global killer like some sites are claiming. Knowing the media and their games, if they report on
Ebola I'm looking at Ebola but I'm also aware of the other less reported incidents. That's where they get you. Distract for as long as possible.
I agree with everything you've said here. I read somewhere also that the CDC was contacted about 66 possible cases in the u. S. They interviewed
the patients to decide who to blood test? Why?! That kind of stupidity is what will lead to issues here. Just one of those ppl walking around the
country could infect dozens. I really cannot believe they don't want it to spread when they do things like this. An interview? Take a blood sample
and run it. It won't kill you CDC, but Ebola might.
Found an article about this. Won't be hearing this on TV.
Quoted From Breitbart.com:
When contacted for consultation, the CDC examines the patient's symptoms and travel history to decide whether or not a blood test is needed. In most
cases, the CDC is able to rule out Ebola without the need for a blood test.
ABC News reported Wednesday that the CDC was contacted 68 times since the end of last month. In 58 of those cases Ebola was ruled out. In the ten
remaining cases CDC ordered a blood test. Seven of those tests have already returned negative, and three are still outstanding.
The CDC did not have up-to-date information on the location of the 10 patients who have received Ebola tests thus far, but reports indicate at least
one patient was tested in New York, California, New Mexico, Maryland, and Ohio. Patients in California and New Mexico are currently awaiting test
Two patients who were transported to America after contracting Ebola in West Africa were released from a hospital in Atlanta this week. Both recovered
after treatment which included an experimental drug called ZMapp. The CDC pronounced both patients cured, issuing a statement saying, "They no
longer have Ebola virus in their blood and therefore pose no risk to household contacts or the public."