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44,000 villagers deemed to be at ebola risk

 
Treyfish (OP)

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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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Yes, thanks, they have been kinda ongoing since then with a Marburg outbreak in between.
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It's spread by swapping fluids, and those people just can't understand that...
With freedom comes responsibility.

Heterosexual pride!

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It's spread by swapping fluids, and those people just can't understand that...
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You're so wrong. everyone knows its witch craft
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It's spread by swapping fluids, and those people just can't understand that...
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You're so wrong. everyone knows its witch craft
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No, that's Earthquakes and floods...diseases like this are a punishment for nastiness...
With freedom comes responsibility.

Heterosexual pride!

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Oh No! First US case under observation!!!!!!!


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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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Sorry, but that would be racist because they're black.
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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..

[link to allafrica.com]
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The ignorance is simply stunning...dribble we are all doomed by the over population of these feral people
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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?
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


Sorry, but that would be racist because they're black.
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Travel restrictions would be bad for the economy-WHO is full of shit and does not exist to protect us.
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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
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Yeah, and I had high hopes for AIDS...the trick is not letting it kill too fast or too long, it's a difficult task...
With freedom comes responsibility.

Heterosexual pride!

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EBOLA VIDEO UPDATE-62 MONITORED
Published on Nov 19, 2012 by WBSTVUganda
The ministry of health has up to now failed to establish the cause of the persistent Ebola outbreaks in Uganda which is now worrying as the disease continues to claim lives.

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For those of you who haven't been following ebola outbreaks and the nature of this virus, this is a very good NOVA documentary on how an Ebola outbreak is controlled. It also gives wonderful history on both this virus and Marburg.

Arm yourselves with knowledge!

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11/19/2012 03:26 PM
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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
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Yeah, and I had high hopes for AIDS...the trick is not letting it kill too fast or too long, it's a difficult task...
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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
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Yeah, and I had high hopes for AIDS...the trick is not letting it kill too fast or too long, it's a difficult task...
 Quoting: BRIEF



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Why is Ebola not a problem anywhere else in the world? It's a disease of the dirty and stupid...
With freedom comes responsibility.

Heterosexual pride!

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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
 Quoting: WindyMind


Yeah, and I had high hopes for AIDS...the trick is not letting it kill too fast or too long, it's a difficult task...
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Why is Ebola not a problem anywhere else in the world? It's a disease of the dirty and stupid...
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take your victory lap Brief...
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Initial efforts to contain the outbreak have been challenged by a myth it is the work of witchcraft.


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Since aids didn't work.... Same thing though possibly more contagious than expected.
 Quoting: WindyMind


Yeah, and I had high hopes for AIDS...the trick is not letting it kill too fast or too long, it's a difficult task...
 Quoting: BRIEF



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Why is Ebola not a problem anywhere else in the world? It's a disease of the dirty and stupid...
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sexually dirty as well
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11/19/2012 04:14 PM
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Ignorant Americans use this to make racist remarks about Africans

When in truth, all the ebola outbreaks occurred right after bombs blew up outside the villages, depositing weird substances into the drinking water

We needed a way to test out some new chemical warfare. Isn't it strange how a sudden case of AIRBORNE EBOLA now exists near the bombed villages? This is a virus strain that could only be replicated in a lab.

It's only a matter of time before the testing phase is over with and it gets introduced onto american soil.
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Yeah, and I had high hopes for AIDS...the trick is not letting it kill too fast or too long, it's a difficult task...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28077267


Why is Ebola not a problem anywhere else in the world? It's a disease of the dirty and stupid...
 Quoting: BRIEF


sexually dirty as well
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Of course, that's all they do is fuck and run around killing each other...

The African tradition for curing AIDS is raping a baby...yet not one case has ever been cured...
With freedom comes responsibility.

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Ignorant Americans use this to make racist remarks about Africans

When in truth, all the ebola outbreaks occurred right after bombs blew up outside the villages, depositing weird substances into the drinking water

We needed a way to test out some new chemical warfare. Isn't it strange how a sudden case of AIRBORNE EBOLA now exists near the bombed villages? This is a virus strain that could only be replicated in a lab.

It's only a matter of time before the testing phase is over with and it gets introduced onto american soil.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23533816


^^some good points there...AIRBORNE EBOLA should scare everyone!!! I have done a lot of research and studying on ebola...it is frightening and fascinating...

Not trying to step on anyone's toes, here...BUT...clean people have been some of the first infected, through no fault of their own, in the past...it was then spread by them to others...

and, yes, there are also cases of missions vaccinating countless people with the same needle, over and over...thereby spreading the disease...

however, airborne or no, ebola will kill no matter how clean you are....

If this virus has actually crossed the barrier and become airborne, it was man made...purposely created...NOT GOOD!!!


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EBOLA VIDEO UPDATE-62 MONITORED
Published on Nov 19, 2012 by WBSTVUganda
The ministry of health has up to now failed to establish the cause of the persistent Ebola outbreaks in Uganda which is now worrying as the disease continues to claim lives.
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doing great work trey fish hfhf deservs a pin
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It happens and then it's over, ebola seems to be containable or it would have spread outside of the country. I think this is common in Uganda. I don't see a worldwide threat.
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Scary stuff. Can't believe the stoopid Muslims putting their sorry excuse of a religion ahead of their own welfare...would serve them right if it spreads and annihiliates them all...all to wash a dead and nasty body.
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CHF 107,056 has been allocated from the IFRC’s Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) to support the Uganda Red Cross Society in delivering immediate assistance directly to 585 people affected by Ebola, 100 households at risk, and 3,628,390 people indirectly. Unearmarked funds to repay DREF are encouraged.

Summary: This DREF request is in response to a request from the Uganda Ministry of Health (MoH) to Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS) for support as a result of the series of haemorrhagic fever outbreaks in the country.These outbreaks have resulted in depletion of the health care service delivery systems budget. [link to reliefweb.int]

The situation
The Ministry of Health and World Health Organization (WHO) have confirmed the outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic
fever in Luwero District after tests from the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) came positive for Ebola Sudan
on two samples collected by PCR and serology. A total of 4 people have since died, 2 of who were from the same
family. The first Ebola case reported involved a motorcycle taxi rider, who died on 25 October, 2012.subsequently on
7 November, 2012, the Luwero District Health Office received information from Nyimbwa Health Centre IV staff that 2
Female residents of Kakute LCI, Ssambwe Parish, and Nyimbwa Sub-county with suspected Ebola had been
admitted and were reported to have had contact with the motorcycle taxi rider. They two presented with headache fever and vomiting and general body weakness. The 25-year old woman who nursed the driver, died on 10 November
2012 but samples had been already taken for further investigations. The District Health Team (DHT) with support
from General Military Hospital supervised the burial at Kakute LCI and sensitized the residents on the disease
control. Twelve more suspected cases are being monitored in isolation facilities in Luweero and Mulago Hospital in Kampala....
[link to www.ifrc.org]
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Ebola in Uganda

23 NOVEMBER 2012 - As of 23 November 2012, the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Uganda has reported 10 cases (6 confirmed and 4 probable,), including 5 deaths in Luweero and Kampala.

The last confirmed case was hospitalised on 17 November 2012. Close contacts of the Ebola cases are being identified and followed up for a period of 21 days. All the cases alerted to the field teams are being investigated... With respect to this event, WHO does not recommend that any travel or trade restriction be applied to Uganda. [link to www.who.int]

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