posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 09:13 AM
I posted on this last week. The numbers do not add up. As soon as Uganda started losing tourist bookings (Aug is their busiest tourist season) the
country came out and said everything is under control. But I have been Googling this from almost day one. They've kept the total dead at 14 or 16,
the total cases at 36 to 53, depending on where you look, but articles were showing daily additional deaths of about 2 and new cases of 4 to 6. Far
more have been reported since they placed those caps. They still haven't caught the escaped prisoner with Ebola, but "all is under control". And,
there appears to be 2 cases in Tanzania, but all is ok, come back, visit Uganda. There is a lot more to the than we are being told. It would appear
this strand has an incubation period of almost three weeks, and the onset of the illness doesn't initially show the bleeding. This causes spreading
of the germ for weeks before the victim is diagnosed and taken off the streets..