Thousands May Have Been Exposed to Deadly TB Epidemic in Downtown Los Angeles

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posted on Feb, 25 2013 @ 11:55 PM
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After reading and looking at this the following can be stated:

The federal government has been trying to keep this under wraps, as it would cause more problems than anyone could imagine. The first cases came out several years ago, and even then the danger signs were present, and yet the federal government did nothing, as it could and would cause alot of problems to include discrimination against people who may or may not have had this disease. While many would claim it is one group or the other, the reality is that this is coming from groups that no one would really suspect, and the first countries to deal with such is third world countries. So there ultimately is the problem, how do you tell a population that there is an outbreak of a disease, that is drug resistent and keep the peace to prevent a group from being targeted with no real way of verifying such.

What is going on in LA, is the nighmare that scares most governments in developed countries, a epidemic that could spred beyond the initial outbreak area. In the global economy and travel, how can they contain it to one area, it is just about impossible, as one person who is infected just needs to get on a bus, and now the entire city is potentially infected. LA has a major airport, it could spred to other cities and states, and now the country is in a panic.






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