Started by Jackson Holly, Aug 17, 2014, 07:26:34 AM
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QuoteWest Point is becoming a hot spot in a hot spot in the biggest Ebola outbreak in history. It's an informal community, a "slum," with no running water or toilets.
QuoteNow nobody knows where she, or the dying Kroma, has gone.
QuoteTolbert Nyenswah, the assistant minister of health, told BuzzFeed on Thursday they intend to quarantine all of West Point, a serious measure that would require meticulous planning and heavy security.
Quote from: iamc on Aug 17, 2014, 07:41:40 AM Things are become more and more deadly in this world of the insane globalists!Those poor folks in Africa---my heart goes out to them: as the Killer Nazis' tell them there is NO CURE: and all the while TWO Americans are in the USA and doing better? In my opinion the Death Squad planted Ebola in Africa just as it did with AIDS in the '80's'
Quote from: Donnay on Aug 17, 2014, 10:10:03 AMI couldn't agree more. Race specific bio-weapons is what these evil rat bastards have had on the agenda for a long time.I say we beef up our immune systems folks. Get healthy now, and get right with God!
QuoteThe World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that a "massive scaling up of the international response" is necessary to get the outbreak under control.
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Oct 16, 2014, 06:20:35 AMI do not think it is man made.Because all Bio-Weapons are not control able.They are Total Control Phreaks.
Quote from: Optimus on Oct 23, 2014, 10:45:01 AMSome U.S. hospitals weigh withholding care to Ebola patientsBy Julie Steenhuysen and Sharon BegleyCHICAGO/NEW YORK Wed Oct 22, 2014 7:16pm EDT(Reuters) - The Ebola crisis is forcing the American healthcare system to consider the previously unthinkable: withholding some medical interventions because they are too dangerous to doctors and nurses and unlikely to help a patient.U.S. hospitals have over the years come under criticism for undertaking measures that prolong dying rather than improve patients' quality of life.But the care of the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States, who received dialysis and intubation and infected two nurses caring for him, is spurring hospitals and medical associations to develop the first guidelines for what can reasonably be done and what should be withheld.Officials from at least three hospital systems interviewed by Reuters said they were considering whether to withhold individual procedures or leave it up to individual doctors to determine whether an intervention would be performed. More: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/22/us-health-ebola-usa-interventions-idUSKCN0IB2OM20141022
QuoteWHO's emergencies chief, Dr. Peter Salama, called it a "sad toll" as Congo's health ministry announced the number of cases has reached 426. That includes 379 confirmed cases and 47 probable ones. So far this outbreak, declared on Aug. 1, has 198 confirmed deaths, with another 47 probable ones, Congo's health ministry said.Attacks by rebel groups and open hostility by some wary locals have posed serious challenges to health workers that Ebola experts say they've never been seen before......Day by day, reports by health organizations note one new difficulty after another in this latest outbreak, even as their work sets milestones that have given new hope in the fight against one of the world's most notorious diseases... the risk of Ebola spreading in so-called "red zones" — areas that are virtually inaccessible because of the threat of rebel groups — is a major concern in containing this outbreak. (source)'
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