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..A further 11 suspected patients, including two children, are being treated, while 40 villagers are being monitored after coming into contact with the dead or hospitalised.
The first victims were a 29-year-old, father-of-three motorcycle taxi rider, his wife and 40-year-old sister.
About 44,000 villagers are deemed to be at risk from the disease in a poor and remote farming region.
“After two days of admission with no improvement at a community health centre, the motor bicycle taxi rider was transferred to a military hospital,” says Plan’s Country Health Specialist Dr Kenneth Buyinza.
“He had high grade fever, bloody diarrho... [link to swineflumagazine.blogspot.com]
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Uganda, per link
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Just nature cleaning house...meanwhile in Haiti they are giving each other AIDS and eating mud cookies...

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Where have you guys been hiding. Under a rock. Thats been going on and breaking out since this summer and keeps getting worse.

Go to Rsoe edis everyday there are updates. They post everything going on eveywhere. Always have. Get it first hand at your finger tips.
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If they weren't malnourished and took a bath now and then they would be fine...nature will take care of the dirty fuckers...
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Where have you guys been hiding. Under a rock. Thats been going on and breaking out since this summer and keeps getting worse.

Go to Rsoe edis everyday there are updates. They post everything going on eveywhere. Always have. Get it first hand at your finger tips.
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Where have you been hiding? My blog has the news before they do in 90% of all reports.
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The African Muslim types are propagating the spread..

mourners snatched a body

In Uganda, The Daily Monitor reports that one more person succumbed to the Ebola virus yesterday, bringing the death toll in the latest outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever in the country, to five. The latest victim died in hospital 30 kilometres from the capital, Kampala.
In Luweero,
a burial team set up by the District Ebola Task Force to ensure that bodies of those confirmed or suspected to have Ebola are handled and buried by a special team, yesterday narrowly escaped lynching by mourners who snatched a body from the local cemetery.
According the Luweero District disease surveillance officer, the mourners armed with clubs, sticks and stones accused the special burial team of violating Muslim burial rites by wrapping the dead body in a bag. They insisted on washing the body before burial as part of the Islamic rites.


The bodies of the deceased are regarded by medical experts as still infectious. The virus is normally transmitted through bodily fluids.

A snip from a larger report..

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Thanks for the pin! hf



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Emergency Message to U.S. Citizens

U.S. Embassy Kampala, Uganda
Emergency Message to U.S. Citizens
Ebola Outbreak in Uganda
November 16, 2012


This Emergency Message is to alert U.S. citizens residing and traveling in Uganda of an outbreak of Ebola virus. On November 15, 2012, the Ugandan Ministry of Health confirmed 2 cases of Ebola Viral Hemorrhagic Fever in Luwero District. Local media also reported on November 16 that a person in contact with one of the confirmed Ebola cases traveled to the Busoga region. The Ugandan Ministry of Health, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and international partners are investigating these cases to determine the extent of the outbreak and if additional cases are present.

The likelihood of contracting Ebola is considered extremely low unless there has been a direct contact with body fluids like saliva, urine, or blood of an infected person or animal or the body of someone who has died from the disease. Since the virus spreads through direct contact with blood and other body secretions of an infected person, people living with and caring for Ebola patients are at a higher risk of becoming infected.

Over the past few months, the Government of Uganda has announced several different outbreaks of viral hemorrhagic fevers, including current advisories regarding Ebola and Marburg. The Embassy advises all American citizens to be aware of the potential of an outbreak in Uganda and to always follow health guidelines to minimize risk or exposure. To obtain Travel Notices from the CDC, visit the CDC's website at [link to www.cdc.gov] or call the CDC at 1-404-639-3534 if dialing from overseas, or at 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636) if dialing from within the United States.
For specific information on protecting yourself from Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever, the CDC has the following websites, and you are encouraged to read this information:
• Main resource page: [link to www.cdc.gov]
• Guidance for U.S. citizens living abroad: [link to www.cdc.gov]
• Additional information: [link to www.cdc.gov] [link to kampala.usembassy.gov]

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Ebola deaths at five as 40 are monitored



By Agatha Ayebazibwe, Dan Wandera and Samuel Kaweesa.
Task force mandated to bury Ebola victims looks on in disbelief as mourners grab dead body from them and threaten to lynch the team, insisting they must wash the corpse.

One more person succumbed to the Ebola virus yesterday, bringing the death toll in the latest outbreak of the dreaded haemorrhagic fever in the country to five.
The victim, a 29-year-old woman, died at Bombo Hospital, some 30 kilometres north of Kampala, where she was admitted on Tuesday last week...

..In Luweero, a burial team set up by the District Ebola Task Force to ensure that bodies of those confirmed or suspected to have Ebola are handled and buried by a special team, yesterday narrowly escaping lynching by mourners who snatched a body from the Nakatonya Muslim Cemetery in Bombo Town Council.
According the Luweero District disease surveillance officer, Mr Richard Kawenyera, the mourners armed with clubs, sticks and stones accused the special burial team of violating Muslim burial rites by wrapping the dead body in a bag. They insisted on washing the body before burial as part of the Islamic rites.
“We are worried because we do not know what happened afterwards. The blood sample was taken to the Uganda Virus Research Institute and the results had not been received to confirm whether or not he died of Ebola. If a positive result turns up, these people will have touched the body of an Ebola victim,” Mr Kawenyera said on Saturday... [link to www.monitor.co.ug]
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....quarantine of persons having been in contact with victims
quarantine of persons having been in contact with victims
Five people came into contact with these two people were placed under surveillance, two of them being placed in solitary confinement in a unit of Mulago Hospital in Kampala, according the same source. A third man died late October after showing symptoms resembling those of Ebola, but his case was not reported to authorities and no sample was taken from the corpse, she said.
However, the authority in charge of the Ministry of Health does not remain without dealing with this alarming situation in his country it seeks to locate anyone having been in contact with victims. The seven doctors who took care of the one who came to Mulago and died on the spot, as well as 13 staff health for example, were quarantined she said. President Yoweri Museveni when he is speechless in the face of this new epidemic he calls his compatriots still caution. I urge you to be vigilant, avoid shaking hands, do not charge to bury someone died Ebola-like symptoms but call health workers because they know how to do , said Ugandan President. Avoid overcrowding because the disease can also be transmitted sexually , the President concluded, wishing "good luck" to his fellow . May God grant that the souls of those who died rest in eternal peace , he added... [link to journaldekin.com]
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Thread: **** BREAKING! Ebola may go airborne! ****
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Uganda must again deal with an outbreak of Ebola
| 11/19/2012 at 12:17

A month and a half ago after the last outbreak that has killed 17 people in western countries, the Uganda is again struck by the Ebola virus. The health minister, Christine Ondoa, announced Saturday, November 17, the identification of four cases, including three deaths. This disease caused by a virus results in a sudden rise in temperature, vomiting, diarrhea, kidney and liver failure and bleeding. The mortality rate can reach 90%.
The Ebola virus was first identified in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Uganda border. No treatment and no vaccine exists to this day. The DRC is itself a focus of epidemic in the region of Kisangani. The end of October last bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO) reported 52 cases.
In Uganda, it has deployed personnel, as Doctors Without Borders also to investigate the epidemic alongside the Ugandan Ministry of Health. A special unit of isolation at Mulago Hospital in Kampala, and another Nyimbwa where is the epicenter of the epidemic, were activated to be able to accommodate in terms of security people who approached sick. Five people have been in contact with the deceased were placed under medical supervision.

CAREGIVERS OFTEN BEEN CONTAMINATED
The Ebola virus is transmitted by direct conta

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The Age Of The Super Virus: Why We Should Be Concerned
16/11/2012


As of 12 November, three people - all members of the same family - were suspected to have died from the Ebola virus, a viral hemorrhagic fever, in Luwero District, 50km northwest of Kampala.
Five people who had close contact with the dec..

..The greatest worry the world has right now in medicine is the creation of the Super virus. The swine flu, Marburg and Ebola virus are deadly and the Swine flu virus spreads quickly so now imagine if you mixed both characteristics, high contagious and deadly and you have the super virus. Viruses have the ability to transform and change quickly and moving from specie to specie at will.
A cow could get a virus which is not dangerous in humans and then spread it to its herder inside of whom, if the conditions are right, it can mutate into a strain that is particularly dangerous to human beings.
The Marburg and Ebola viruses are examples of this inter species transmission from monkey to human.
Furthermore there’s the worry of drug resistance. It’s ironic because the very medicine’s that are supposed to help us will in the long run create stronger, more drug resistant strains of viruses due to their ability to evolve.

The greatest danger lies in the fact that health care sectors are woefully unprepared. Health care in Uganda..

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EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE - UGANDA (19): (LUWERO), WHO
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Date: Sat 17 Nov 2012
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Ebola in Uganda

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The Ministry of Health (MoH) of Uganda has notified the World Health Organization (WHO) of an outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Luweero district in Central Uganda.

Four cases, including 3 fatal, have been reported. Samples were taken from 2 cases, for which laboratory confirmation of Ebola virus (species Sudan) was made by PCR and serology tests at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) in Entebbe.

The Ministry of Health, WHO and Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) have sent a team to conduct preliminary investigation into the outbreak. Health authorities are conducting active case search and tracing close contacts of the confirmed and probable cases.

The isolation facility at Mulago hospital in Kampala is reactivated and another isolation facility at Nyimbwa Health Center IV at the epicenter is being established. The military hospital in Bombo, Luweero district is also serving a holding center until the isolation facility is properly set up at the Nyimbwa Health Center IV. 7 close contacts of the cases have developed symptoms and are being isolated in the isolation facilities.

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With respect to this event, WHO does not recommend that any travel or trade restriction be applied to Uganda.
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Uganda: Virus Ebola arouses fear
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2012

The Ugandan government is alert. The Minister of Health has declared a state of emergency. It "calls people to take precautions. If these safety measures are not observed, this deadly disease could be transmitted again on a large scale, "says RFI . Pig vector could be [link to www.afrik.com]
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Created on Monday, 19 November 2012 06:14


Three other people have already tested positive for the Ebola virus in the district. Eight other people are admitted at Mulago Referral hospital and Bombo General Military Hospital with illnesses that display Ebola virus infection. They are awaiting results of tests conducted on their blood samples. This brings to eleven the total number of persons admitted in the two hospitals. [link to www.touch.fm]
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Just nature cleaning house...meanwhile in Haiti they are giving each other AIDS and eating mud cookies...
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With respect to this event, WHO does not recommend that any travel or trade restriction be applied to Uganda.
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Maybe I'm misunderstanding here, but wouldn't you want travel and trade restrictions when there's an ebola outbreak?
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.
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With respect to this event, WHO does not recommend that any travel or trade restriction be applied to Uganda.
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Maybe I'm misunderstanding here, but wouldn't you want travel and trade restrictions when there's an ebola outbreak?
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One would think!

coming to Kampala by air, you will actually arrive in the city of Entebbe, 35km (22mi) southwest of Kampala
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Posted on Monday, 19 November 2012 15:52
Uganda: Fresh Ebola outbreak raises fears virus is nearing Kampala
Six people have died, as a fresh outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus was reported in another Ugandan district, raising fears that the disease could soon hit Kampala, the country's capital.

This is the first time the disease has been reported near Kampala, triggering panic in the city.
As if to mitigate the virus, Kampala citizens have stopped shaking each other's hand while greeting and most people now fear attending public gatherings.

The health ministry confirmed the deaths, in one week, of the six in Luwero District, 25 kilometres from Kampala.
Ironically, the latest outbreak comes barely a month after the World Health Organisation declared Uganda Ebola free.
This was after the eradication of the disease in in Kibale District about 350 kilometres from Kampala, which killed more than 20 people.
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"Now that the disease is near Kampala, we are scared that it might soon infect people in slum areas. Once it reaches the slums, it will be difficult to contain."

Read the original article on Theafricareport.com [link to www.theafricareport.com]

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Thread: Biological Warfare in Africa Happening Right Now!

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""Fever kills 78, reaches 'epidemic level'"

"According to an official from the Ministry of Health from Khartoum, the number of cases of hemorrhagic fever in Darfur has reached more than 220. He revealed that 78 people have died so far in 18 localities.""
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Vaccines wont help
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they had that movie outbreak on this weekend. i was like why are they showing this?
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Recent Ebola videos

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..A further 11 suspected patients, including two children, are being treated, while 40 villagers are being monitored after coming into contact with the dead or hospitalised.
The first victims were a 29-year-old, father-of-three motorcycle taxi rider, his wife and 40-year-old sister.
About 44,000 villagers are deemed to be at risk from the disease in a poor and remote farming region.
“After two days of admission with no improvement at a community health centre, the motor bicycle taxi rider was transferred to a military hospital,” says Plan’s Country Health Specialist Dr Kenneth Buyinza.
“He had high grade fever, bloody diarrho... [link to swineflumagazine.blogspot.com]
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5 stars!

I see Ebola has flared up once again, thanks for posting. I remember you from the other thread - was it three months ago?
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Uganda: Health Minister Urges Calm, Ebola Stemmedbeer2
BY ERIOSI NANTABA, 19 NOVEMBER 2012 — The Ministry of health in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) and other stake holders have mounted a quick response to contain a fresh outbreak of Ebola in Central Uganda...

.."Those admitted have an epidemiological link with the index family and nursed the earlier two who were confirmed to have died of the disease," minister added. "Collection of samples from suspect and probable cases has already commenced as two samples from the suspected cases admitted at Mulago hospital."

WHO Disease Prevention and Control Advisor, Dr Miriam Nanyunja urged Ugandans to respect Ebola preventive measure against the disease especially isolation and social distancing.

"Capacity is boosted in terms of surveillance teams and equipment to hold the spread of the disease," Nanyunja said.

She warned that currently WHO does not recommend any travel ban to Uganda since the outbreak is highly contained... whatever [link to allafrica.com]

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