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AP Oct. 11, 2014 11:54 AM
MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberia's United Nations peacekeeping mission has placed 41 staff members, including 20 military personnel, under "close medical observation" after an international member of its medical team was diagnosed with Ebola this week — the second mission member to test positive for the deadly disease.
Won't matter. If there's nobody left, there'll be nobody to put away!
originally posted by: bludragin
a reply to: EnigmaAgent
Could be, or could be it is being spread via unsuspected contaminated surfaces. Doorknobs, stair rails, bathroom faucets...The possibilities are simply endless, it would seem. Of course, the CDC in the US is downplaying this confirmed mode of viral transportation. The WHO was a tad more forthright about this clinically proven possibility.
originally posted by: JHumm
But Obama said it's not that easy to transfer so why would anyone worry?
originally posted by: JoeDaShom
I don't understand how these "experts" have been caught in the whirlwind of disease spreading.