Some of the key questions facing concerned citizens revolve around the concepts of self quarantine and social distancing. When do you make the call to bug in or bug out? When do you stop going to work out of concern of being exposed to a virulent disease? When should I put my self and family into full pandemic lockdown mode?
Even after removal, if enough sodium hydroxide has built up the burning will continue causing death anything up to a week later.
Ebola is beginning to spread and we all need to either ramp-up our efforts or get very serious about laying in some preps as some items are already unavailable or in very short supply.
The 10 C’s of Survivability should go with you no matter where you’re headed – they can effectively treat each of the most common injuries in a wilderness survival scenario.
There’s already a technology available right now that can kill Ebola in just two minutes in hospitals, quarantine centers, commercial offices and even public schools.
If medical facilities start to buckle under the strain of people self-reporting for fear that they have the disease, genuine Ebola cases are going to be missed, and that will be the point when localized epidemics will occur.
At home things get discussed, serious issues are talked about, assurances given when needed and plans made when assurances aren’t enough.
Construction on one of several field clinics being built by the American military in Liberia is currently underway, but media reports indicate that it looks much more like a prison than an actual hospital for Ebola patients.
The question is, are these tests really to give an early warning of influenza, or are they to alert doctors that something far more sinister may be present?