The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has activated emergency response containment status to Level 1 – CDC central command center (pictured below) now activated. WHO in emergency meeting considering declaration of “P.H.E.I.C” (Public Health Emergency Of Immediate International Concern)
The World Health Organization now shares 1,711 confirmed cases with 932 deaths. 45 people died in the past 72 hours.
More than 30,000 people of Liberian descent live in Minnesota. Hundreds of U.S. Liberians are desperately trying to purchase tickets to get their family out of Africa and into the United States
AFRICA – A Nigerian nurse who treated a man with Ebola is now dead and five others are sick with one of the world’s most virulent diseases, authorities said Wednesday as the death toll rose to at least 932 people in four West African countries.
Forty-five people died of the disease in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone between Saturday and Monday.
The growing number of cases in Lagos, a megacity of some 21 million people, comes asauthorities acknowledge they did not treat Patrick Sawyer as an Ebola patient and isolate him for the first 24 hours after his arrival in Nigeria last month. Sawyer, a 40-year-old American of Liberian descent with a wife and three young daughters in Minnesota, was traveling on a business flight to Nigeria when he fell ill.
The death of the unidentified nurse marks the second Ebola death in Nigeria, and this worries health experts as it is the Africa’s most populous country and Lagos, where the deaths occurred, one of its biggest cities.
Ben Webster, a Red Cross disaster response manager in London, said it is “critically important” that people displaying symptoms are identified quickly.
“It’s impossible to say whether this specific situation could have been avoided, but there is certainly more likelihood of travelers coming from an Ebola-affected country in the region and authorities need to be aware, even if the infrastructure and situation is challenging.”
In Saudi Arabia officials say a man who was being tested for the Ebola virus has died. The 40-year-old returned on Sunday from Sierra Leone, where at least 286 people have died from Ebola, and was then hospitalized in Jiddah after showing symptoms of the viral hemorrhagic fever.
Spain’s Defence Ministry, meanwhile, said a medically-equipped Airbus 310 is ready to fly to Liberia to repatriate a Spanish missionary priest who has Ebola. The ministry said Wednesday that preparations for the flight are being finalized but it is not yet known what time the plane will take off. (read more)
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What a surprise (not). Like we didn’t see this eventually happening. Whether this is another false flag event, which will enable Martial Law to be issued in the United States… we only have to wait to see.
You only have to exhibit signs of a respiratory illness, in order to be rounded-up and placed indefinitely in a isolated FEMA compound with people whom may actually have the “alleged” disease.
With all the chemtrails they are spraying in the sky, it is a likelihood that you will soon have breathing problems and symptoms of disease.