posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 04:52 PM
Thomas Duncan departed Africa on September 19. Came to the U.S. on Sept. 20th.
On the 25th he sought medical help and was returned home, not screened for Ebola, and in contact with many people, 80 that they label as
'direct/indirect' now, could be more. He was admitted on the 28th finally, and had 3 days of exposure to the public. It could have been longer as his
true onset symptoms could have been before the 24th, the day he says he felt the first symptoms.
Ebola has an incubation period of 2 days at earliest onset, to 21 days latest. Average rate/time is 8-10 days.
September 26th THROUGH October 17 for the window of "Patient One" because that would be an additional 2 days onset added for every person THEY come
into contact with, and so on.
So "Patient One" would show symptoms September 26th THROUGH October 17. And based on the average, the peak window would be October 4th THROUGH 6th.
The CDC and the public in his immediate area should pay attention through those windows and be on the lookout for Patient One, because after that it's
edit on 2-10-2014 by BatheInTheFountain because: (no reason given)