posted on Oct, 13 2014 @ 08:04 AM
If I were in the states and lived in a city where the virus hit hard.. I dunno maybe a couple of hundred cases.. You know, average mom and pop with
kids kinda people infected... I can assure you if I had kids they would not be in the disease mill they call schools.
If I had to go out I would insure everyone in the family wore rubber surgical gloves and knew how to remove them without contaminating the UN-gloved
hand. All the while saying if I see you scratch you face or touch your eyes.... No supper for you or something short of putting a knot on their head..
If it becomes airborne and is confirmed like a flu virus (doubtful) then I will post a sign at the front gate of the farm saying no visitors, just
call... We are kinda lucky here most people bow or say the formal greeting without touching so in Asian countries their customs might hold some slight
advantage as far as hand to hand contact.
Presently, personally I am not worried about it..... I do agree where the virus has been found the supposed experts are not instilling much confidence
in the way they are handling the situation... Come December and January the numbers should tell us which way this is going to go, IMO..
In the mean time looking at some of the places in Africa with their lack of beds for the sick and the terrible medical care they appear to be
receiving (mostly none unless you are rich or have connections)... it is terribly sad to say the least.
Always good to have a plan but most of us are more likely to be killed by a car accident or a Bee sting than Ebola.... So far ...
13-10-2014 by 727Sky because: ...