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38-year-old man being treated for the UK's 1st case of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever has died, hospital says

 
The Governor

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Yes, you are truly an Enem of the Stat.
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Your point is?
 Quoting: UseLess RepEATER


Your analysis is probably as useful and valid as your grasp of how to scale and upload an avatar.
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I see your posts all over and every single one of them is nothing but a snide assed remark to someone else.

I wish there was an ignore button on this forum, you'd be the first one to go.
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1) There is an Ignore feature, but you have to log in to use it, so your problem is due to your own lack of knowledge and/or motivation, not a shortcoming of the forum software.

2) I save my snarky comments for idiots. Bright individuals get praise and support. People like yourself receive snark.

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10/07/2012 09:52 AM
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yes please " Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever " bring more of these piss poor Africans in Europe to infect us even more


the British government i hope Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever gets in on the public transport and see where that takes us.

what kind of a stupid mouthafucin idiot would take a virus infected person to a country that is effectively clean
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10/07/2012 10:01 AM
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yes please " Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever " bring more of these piss poor Africans in Europe to infect us even more


the British government i hope Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever gets in on the public transport and see where that takes us.

what kind of a stupid mouthafucin idiot would take a virus infected person to a country that is effectively clean
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Yep, I thought that myself. And more so after that " sars like patient " was brought there just the other week also from the middle east. However I do not think you will find it is your govt funding that... but it is certainly all very convenient. People with new diseases suddenly ending up in uk & european hospitals.

The one to the uk i found most interesting though as someone obv funded his emergency medical flight to uk - too convenient for me. Get a disease ( whilst in middle east ), someone funds a terribly expensive flight to get you to a uk hospital.. yet you know no one in uk.

Now this? Sounds insane I know, but these Jihadist idiots think its grand to die in agony. And all so soon after the drama about the stupid movie.

Hopefully just stupid timing, but they would not allow someone in knowing they had it so makes you wonder about it all.
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hemorrhagic fever

this illness is related to ebola


which can go airbourne. There where two cases of cimean congo hemorrhagic fever going airbourne, but being contained in 1980.

and ebola went airbourne in 92, but both villages were contained.


ebola has 95% kill rate
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How many survived in those villages..
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don't know about the original villages,i think i remember reading it wiped them out,that's when they discovered bats had it too,and others i can't recall.i know in the recent outbreak in villages of a more delayed but very similar or mutated virus,after a few deaths the villagers all deserted the place.my mum's mate christina LOrd's son died of CJD here years back.she went on tv a lot,but destroyed her.
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No good..Patient # 1..hope it has not spread..
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Yesterday he was stable, Today.. Dead
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Well, Dead is pretty stable.cool2
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No good..Patient # 1..hope it has not spread..
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Yesterday he was stable, Today.. Dead
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Well, Dead is pretty stable.cool2
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well,you would think so...some poor woman here has some bizarre condition,7 times drs pronounced her dead,she kept waking up fine in the coroners place,after first few times her poor son was trying to tell ambulance peeps"she's not dead,this happens all time" of course they thought denial.
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10/07/2012 10:25 AM

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No good..Patient # 1..hope it has not spread..
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Yesterday he was stable, Today.. Dead
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Well, Dead is pretty stable.cool2
 Quoting: DawaSatso


well,you would think so...some poor woman here has some bizarre condition,7 times drs pronounced her dead,she kept waking up fine in the coroners place,after first few times her poor son was trying to tell ambulance peeps"she's not dead,this happens all time" of course they thought denial.
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That must have been classic//LOL
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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Tick transference reeks of Plum Island; just like they engineered Lyme Disease. Ticks are an excellent vector.
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Yes, you are truly an Enem of the Stat.
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Your point is?
 Quoting: UseLess RepEATER


Your analysis is probably as useful and valid as your grasp of how to scale and upload an avatar.
 Quoting: The Governor


Do you mean: as useful and AS valid as your grasp...?
I don't intend to get into a pissing contest with you, but you must be new to this site? Would you like to engage me in terms of my level of intelligence? If you must, the gauntlet is thrown down.

My terse point was: often times, numerology comes into play via the MSM. If you are not familiar with MSM, it refers to mainstream media and their obsession with 11, 13, 33, etc.
 Quoting: UseLess RepEATER


No, I meant exactly what I wrote, in precisely the form I wrote it (which is superior to your attempted correction because it is both grammatically correct and more terse).

Yes, I'm new to this site. No, your point did not come across as a critique of the MSM, but sounded like someone who endorses numerology.

If this was not your intent, I'm sorry you conveyed your message so poorly.

hf

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10/07/2012 11:50 AM
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Re: 38-year-old man being treated for the UK's 1st case of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever has died, hospital says
Once someone contracts Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, they can then spread it person to person through touching bodly fluids but is not airborne. I hope the guy did not go to the toilet on the plane because if he did then infection could have been left on the toilet door hangle, toilet seat or even the taps on the sink.
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Once someone contracts Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, they can then spread it person to person through touching bodly fluids but is not airborne.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24677033


Perhaps, but once you're taken to hospital it's death by prescription.

A real epidemic alarm is people dying outside of hospitals, not hospital deaths than can be caused by whatever reason.
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A fomite is any inanimate object or substance capable of carrying infectious organisms, such as germs or parasites, and hence transferring them from one individual to another. Skin cells, hair, clothing, and bedding are common hospital sources of contamination.

3 more cases....
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A fomite is any inanimate object or substance capable of carrying infectious organisms, such as germs or parasites, and hence transferring them from one individual to another. Skin cells, hair, clothing, and bedding are common hospital sources of contamination.

3 more cases....
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3 more from where????
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A fomite is any inanimate object or substance capable of carrying infectious organisms, such as germs or parasites, and hence transferring them from one individual to another. Skin cells, hair, clothing, and bedding are common hospital sources of contamination.

3 more cases....
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3 more from where????
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October 8, 2012

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) is aware of a laboratory confirmed case of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) in a UK traveller who has recently returned from Afghanistan.

The patient has been transferred from Glasgow, Scotland to the high security infectious diseases unit at the Royal Free hospital in London using specialist air transport.


Note the date IS this another??


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A fomite is any inanimate object or substance capable of carrying infectious organisms, such as germs or parasites, and hence transferring them from one individual to another. Skin cells, hair, clothing, and bedding are common hospital sources of contamination.

3 more cases....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7465905


3 more from where????
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


October 8, 2012

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) is aware of a laboratory confirmed case of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) in a UK traveller who has recently returned from Afghanistan.

The patient has been transferred from Glasgow, Scotland to the high security infectious diseases unit at the Royal Free hospital in London using specialist air transport.


Note the date IS this another??


[link to bigmedicine.ca]
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Same source has this prior to the other story..HMMMMM
STV 8 October 2012 07:58 BST
Tributes paid to man who died in UK's first case of 'Congo fever'


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sorry,am bit confused.is this the man who died,or a new patient?
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10/08/2012 12:56 PM
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Nuke Glasgow from orbit it is the only way to be sure.
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sorry,am bit confused.is this the man who died,or a new patient?
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I also..There have been rumors of another..But look at the time line of the info, on the site the upper new one is of a LIVE patient and the dead one is below..
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