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?
Starting with patient zero it would take around 245 days, 35 weeks for every person in the United States to become infected. Of those 17,118,000 people would die.
CDC’s gross mismanagement of the Ebola crisis thus far could very quickly lead to panic and societal breakdown.
Studies are finding that sneezes and coughs cause illnesses to travel much farther than originally estimated. With the concern of flu season, as well as the heightened awareness of Ebola, it is crucial to have an understanding of germs and how quickly they can travel in a community setting.
The problem with this is that no country on the planet has the facilities to check out every person who reports suffering from a sore throat and general malaise. People are going to slip through the net and it’s at this point that an epidemic of Ebola is most likely to occur.
When there is a concern for dangerous communicable diseases spreading, the CDC activates pandemic mitigation measures. Quarantines can last anywhere from days to months depending on the severity of the contagion. Now is the time to plan and prepare for this type of disaster.
It’s time to take your game up a notch with 24 hours unplugged! No fair doing this on a day when you will be away from your normal activities anyway – you want to put your preps to the test!
Has FEMA and the European Health Agency already started the ball rolling? Is that what they mean by they are ready and able to respond?
Medical martial law has now been declared in Sierra Leone while the government conducts a house-to-house hunt for Ebola victims who are being treated like “medical fugitives.”