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Sounds like they have at least one confirmed case in Italy

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No translation available-found translation. No case just fear

EBOLA IN ITALY, THE MINISTRY WARNING IN A
SECRET CIRCULAR: "BORDER CONTROL"
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Ebola in Italy, warning in a secret circular of the Ministry: "Border Control" Ebola in Italy, the Ministry of Health warning in a secret circular: "Border Control"
Monday, April 14, 2014

ROME - The epidemic broke out in Africa because of the virus 'Ebola' scares Europe too and it seems that the Italian Ministry of Health has triggered the alert with an alleged circular of April 4, with which recommends close monitoring borders . MEMORANDUM OF MINISTRY

he circular was sent ENAC, the Foreign Ministry, in all regions and the Italian Red Cross.
Procedures established controls provide inputs in the national territory and monitoring of the Italians in the countries affected by ' epidemic . The incubation time of the virus varies from 2 to 21 days for transmission in contact with blood and secretions, and reaches up to 49 days for contagion arising from the sperm. AFRAID TO PALERMO In Lampedusa, where waves of migration are very strong, for example, , Italy is likely to be unprepared to deal with what the World Health Organization has defined as the most serious epidemic in recent years. Hundreds. "The migrants arrived in recent days - telling Espresso, Pietro Bartolo , health coordinator of the island - come largely from Libya and this should exclude the presence of Ebola virus carriers. But in any case it is better to stay with your eyes open because the situation is dramatic and you can not proceed to the identification of migrants coming. " THE ORIGIN OF EPIDEMIC The epicenter of the new infection is the Guinea where from April 7 were recorded 151 cases with 95 deaths. Ebola is already walking in central Africa and hit in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Mali. According to the risk classification of the World Health Organization, the epidemic of 2014 is classified as a "serious public health impact," as "rare, unusual or unexpected" and at risk, albeit low, of "going international." You are trying to figure out if the epidemic has been an act of bioterrorism. COMMENTS ON FACEBOOK

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Sounds like they have at least one confirmed case in Italy

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"...FEAR FOR A Lampedusa Lampedusa, where waves of migration are very strong, for example, Italy is likely to be unprepared to deal with what the World Health Organization has defined as the most serious epidemic in recent years. Hundreds. "The migrants arrived in recent days - telling Espresso, Pietro Bartolo, health coordinator of the island - come largely from Libya and this should exclude the presence of Ebola virus carriers. But in any case it is better to stay with your eyes open because the situation is dramatic and you can not proceed to the identification of migrants coming...."


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There are photos of the notice sent April 4 by the Italian Ministry of Health, as well.
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Sounds like they have at least one confirmed case in Italy

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"...FEAR FOR A Lampedusa Lampedusa, where waves of migration are very strong, for example, Italy is likely to be unprepared to deal with what the World Health Organization has defined as the most serious epidemic in recent years. Hundreds. "The migrants arrived in recent days - telling Espresso, Pietro Bartolo, health coordinator of the island - come largely from Libya and this should exclude the presence of Ebola virus carriers. But in any case it is better to stay with your eyes open because the situation is dramatic and you can not proceed to the identification of migrants coming...."


[link to translate.google.com]

There are photos of the notice sent April 4 by the Italian Ministry of Health, as well.
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Lampedusa is a small island between Tunisia and Malta. Because the island belongs to Italy (and is thus within the EU immigration border-of-control) we are on the verge of seeing contagion within the EU.

Let's hope they properly quarantined everyone that may be infected, or this thing will have the ability to freely move across Europe in the coming weeks...
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no updates on twitter. anyone have FB?
World gov is keeping a very tight lid on this. One twitter in the early days showed map of 100,000 sites of possible ebola exposure in city of Conakry. not a word since
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LOL. they can wave that off as a typo. You know....there was only 1 case, and the typist accidently added those zeroes. You don't really believe that do you? lol
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This is fucking intense, and it's being ignored.

Where's the plane?

Ebola in ITALY????

It should be all over the news.

THIS is precisely why I am a member of GLP - I have information days and sometimes weeks before it hits mainstream news outlets.

People just don't give a shit.

It's insane to me.
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While I think the suspected case and death numbers are important, What I would like to know is how many cases are there that have had contact with someone who is either infected or suspected. With so many clusters over such a huge geographic area I find it hard to believe that the boots on the ground have anything like enough resources to trace even some of the contacts. With all of the suspicion in the general population relatives will not be reporting the illness to the authorities so I imagine that there are plenty of dead and dying people all over the West African area and that surely by now more than a few of the infected have migrated to god knows where.

I have to believe at this point that no news is really bad news !!
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WTF I have been away for a couple of days but have tried keeping up but this is the first I heard of this cluster.

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SNIP:

Ebola virus spreads to Uganda capital

Fourteen people have already died and as many as 26 more are feared to be carrying the disease, which kills nine out of ten people who become infected.


Yoweri Museveni, Uganda’s President, went on national television to tell people to avoid those who appeared to have Ebola symptoms, which include fever, headaches, diarrhoea and vomiting.


[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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IMHO this is super bad here is another

SNIP:

The outbreak began almost a month ago in a village in western Uganda, but medical workers initially failed to diagnose the illness because it did not present typical symptoms.

Stephen Byaruhanga, health secretary of the Kibaale district, first hit by the disease, said cases of Ebola, at first concentrated in a single village, are now being reported across the region.

“It’s no longer just one village. There are many villages affected,” he said


[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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IMHO this is super bad here is another

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The outbreak began almost a month ago in a village in western Uganda, but medical workers initially failed to diagnose the illness because it did not present typical symptoms.

Stephen Byaruhanga, health secretary of the Kibaale district, first hit by the disease, said cases of Ebola, at first concentrated in a single village, are now being reported across the region.

“It’s no longer just one village. There are many villages affected,” he said


[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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The date on that article is from 2012
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WTF I have been away for a couple of days but have tried keeping up but this is the first I heard of this cluster.

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SNIP:

Ebola virus spreads to Uganda capital

Fourteen people have already died and as many as 26 more are feared to be carrying the disease, which kills nine out of ten people who become infected.


Yoweri Museveni, Uganda’s President, went on national television to tell people to avoid those who appeared to have Ebola symptoms, which include fever, headaches, diarrhoea and vomiting.


[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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This one's 2012 also...
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True for Zaire, but we're not dealing just with Zaire. We're dealing with a new VHF that isn't picked up by current tests, perhaps Bas-Congo Virus, or some other newly emergent virus.

Plus Lassa Fever, and Measles, and Rabies, and viral meningitis, and Mumps.

So it's no wonder that they keep changing their story. Even if they wanted to give accurate information, I'm not sure they could.

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BUT there was an article published in Nov 2012 stating how scientists think Zaire can go airborne....

[link to www.bbc.com]

I am still having no luck finding out the disease that is killing people that is negative for ebola or any other "known" virus. I'm terrified it is a new strain of something.

Anyone have any links regarding possible Ebola in Brazil and Italy? Twitter has been SILENT the past 2 weeks regarding ebola.

#Ebola
#EbolaVirus
#AskEbola

Those were BLOWING UP with tweet after tweet after news article...now hardly anything.
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This is a link to an african news site, with some interesting articles, I thought were informative from the local perspective.

[link to m.abc.es]

The combination is not good: a total of six weeks in which the Guinean authorities have not confirmed the Ebola outbreak and now the geographical dispersion of infected by an outbreak with a mortality of 90 percent. Organizations are already talking about a problem without precentes, as did Monday Doctors Without Borders (MSF). The government, meanwhile, calls for calm. But we are almost 80 people that lost their lives in Guinea.

The authorities and humanitarian organizations encounter problems to contain the spread of the virus because of the dispersion of cases. "We are fighting an epidemic of a magnitude not seen in terms of distribution of cases", said the coordinator of MSF in Conakry, Mariano Lugli.

The organization also reported to have been working in other recent outbreaks of Ebola, most remote regions of Central Africa, but added that Guinea has to contain the virus in a number of locations that are often hundreds of miles away.
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Haemorrhagic fever in Guinea: the last report on the epidemic (Official)

The evolutionary status of the epidemic of Ebola virus in Guinea, prese nt 3 new cases. Which now bears to 156 the number of suspected cases of hemorrhagic fever with 102 deaths on the entire national territory. Either a fatality rate of 65 percent, reports the latest report of the National Crisis Committee dated 9 April.

According to these sources, 12 people Ebola patients remain hospitalized in the isolation centers against 42 who are out day. Of these 42 former residents of isolated centers, only 16 have been tested negative for Ebola virus. Otherwise, the report says, came out before the installation of laboratory confirmation. However, these cases had not, he Rasure, clinical signs.

In light of these latest statistics, Conakry records 30 cases with 10 deaths. An analysis of these recorded at the capital by the different actors involved in the fight against the epidemic cases reveals that 21 cases have been confirmed among which there were 8 deaths and 13 alive. The same studies conclude that both called'' Probable'' for 7 other qualified'' suspect'' investigation.

[link to guineenews.org]
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Wed April 16, 2014, 4:44 P.M. Posted By Nouhou Balde Headlines , News , Health 0 1101
Haemorrhagic fever in Guinea: 9 new cases and deaths Donka another doctor

For exactly one week, on Wednesday, April 9, the Guinean government gives more statistics on the evolution of Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever. However, families and physicians continue to mourn the victims swept away by this serious disease without a vaccine or cure!

According to our information, there were nine (9) new suspected cases of Ebola detected in only yesterday. One of Donka emergency physicians, Dr. Sidiki Kaba, died Sunday, April 13, after having been in contact with a patient, without knowing that it was contaminated. Dr. Siaka Camara, a neurologist at Kipé, too, have lost their lives yesterday after being in contact with a patient ...

Apart from these known cases, it is reported that more than twenty (20) physicians are currently isolated Donka to have been in contact with cases that ultimately proved to be Ebola. And several others would be "in flight", refusing to be isolated, so they had risky contacts ...

[link to guineenews.org]
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Wed April 16, 2014, 4:44 P.M. Posted By Nouhou Balde Headlines , News , Health 0 1101
Haemorrhagic fever in Guinea: 9 new cases and deaths Donka another doctor

For exactly one week, on Wednesday, April 9, the Guinean government gives more statistics on the evolution of Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever. However, families and physicians continue to mourn the victims swept away by this serious disease without a vaccine or cure!

According to our information, there were nine (9) new suspected cases of Ebola detected in only yesterday. One of Donka emergency physicians, Dr. Sidiki Kaba, died Sunday, April 13, after having been in contact with a patient, without knowing that it was contaminated. Dr. Siaka Camara, a neurologist at Kipé, too, have lost their lives yesterday after being in contact with a patient ...

Apart from these known cases, it is reported that more than twenty (20) physicians are currently isolated Donka to have been in contact with cases that ultimately proved to be Ebola. And several others would be "in flight", refusing to be isolated, so they had risky contacts ...

[link to guineenews.org]
 Quoting: talkstory


alone

9 deaths in a single day tells me that this thing has reached that point of 'critical mass' I have been talking about, folks.
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Wed April 16, 2014, 4:44 P.M. Posted By Nouhou Balde Headlines , News , Health 0 1101
Haemorrhagic fever in Guinea: 9 new cases and deaths Donka another doctor

For exactly one week, on Wednesday, April 9, the Guinean government gives more statistics on the evolution of Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever. However, families and physicians continue to mourn the victims swept away by this serious disease without a vaccine or cure!

According to our information, there were nine (9) new suspected cases of Ebola detected in only yesterday. One of Donka emergency physicians, Dr. Sidiki Kaba, died Sunday, April 13, after having been in contact with a patient, without knowing that it was contaminated. Dr. Siaka Camara, a neurologist at Kipé, too, have lost their lives yesterday after being in contact with a patient ...

Apart from these known cases, it is reported that more than twenty (20) physicians are currently isolated Donka to have been in contact with cases that ultimately proved to be Ebola. And several others would be "in flight", refusing to be isolated, so they had risky contacts ...

[link to guineenews.org]
 Quoting: talkstory


alone

9 deaths in a single day tells me that this thing has reached that point of 'critical mass' I have been talking about, folks.
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@battlesight

Are you using Open source modeling tools?
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NBC News: Article states:

Health officials do not expect the virus to go global and stress that Ebola is not easy to catch, requiring direct contact with an infected victim’s bodily fluids.

This contradicts the first article highlighted above that states that anything that enters the room with Ebola patients cannot ever be used again due to how contagious this disease is.

They need to get their stories straight.
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Here, maybe this will enlighten you: If you're stuck in a room with an infected person, as long as you're on the other side of the room and the infected stays put, you should be ok. If the infected person decides to give you a hug, even a little sweat on you is enough to infect you. Despite what some people are saying around here, the Zaire strain is not airborne. However, unlike so many other viruses, a tiny viral load (how many viral particles you are exposed to) can cause a full-blown disease. It just might take longer. If you're up close and personal with an infected person, you'd be surprised how much "bodily fluid" a person can be exposed to. A small droplet of spit could be enough to infect. But wearing protective wear and dousing with copious amounts of bleach before disrobing has been shown to be effective. It's those that aren't careful with extreme aseptic technique that get nailed.
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True for Zaire, but we're not dealing just with Zaire. We're dealing with a new VHF that isn't picked up by current tests, perhaps Bas-Congo Virus, or some other newly emergent virus.

Plus Lassa Fever, and Measles, and Rabies, and viral meningitis, and Mumps.

So it's no wonder that they keep changing their story. Even if they wanted to give accurate information, I'm not sure they could.

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No, this current outbreak is Zaire, it has been confirmed via PCR. Yes, Africa is home to many different hemorrhagic fevers, and a number of these cases could very well be any one of those, but the bulk of this outbreak has been the Zaire Ebolavirus.
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NBC News: Article states:

Health officials do not expect the virus to go global and stress that Ebola is not easy to catch, requiring direct contact with an infected victim’s bodily fluids.

This contradicts the first article highlighted above that states that anything that enters the room with Ebola patients cannot ever be used again due to how contagious this disease is.

They need to get their stories straight.
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Here, maybe this will enlighten you: If you're stuck in a room with an infected person, as long as you're on the other side of the room and the infected stays put, you should be ok. If the infected person decides to give you a hug, even a little sweat on you is enough to infect you. Despite what some people are saying around here, the Zaire strain is not airborne. However, unlike so many other viruses, a tiny viral load (how many viral particles you are exposed to) can cause a full-blown disease. It just might take longer. If you're up close and personal with an infected person, you'd be surprised how much "bodily fluid" a person can be exposed to. A small droplet of spit could be enough to infect. But wearing protective wear and dousing with copious amounts of bleach before disrobing has been shown to be effective. It's those that aren't careful with extreme aseptic technique that get nailed.
 Quoting: Alisaria

True for Zaire, but we're not dealing just with Zaire. We're dealing with a new VHF that isn't picked up by current tests, perhaps Bas-Congo Virus, or some other newly emergent virus.

Plus Lassa Fever, and Measles, and Rabies, and viral meningitis, and Mumps.

So it's no wonder that they keep changing their story. Even if they wanted to give accurate information, I'm not sure they could.

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No, this current outbreak is Zaire, it has been confirmed via PCR. Yes, Africa is home to many different hemorrhagic fevers, and a number of these cases could very well be any one of those, but the bulk of this outbreak has been the Zaire Ebolavirus.
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no. not true. only 1/3 of the pcr tests have come back positive for zaire.

so 2/3 are something else, with the same or similiar symptoms and outcome.

any of those untyped samples could be airborne
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Wed April 16, 2014, 4:44 P.M. Posted By Nouhou Balde Headlines , News , Health 0 1101
Haemorrhagic fever in Guinea: 9 new cases and deaths Donka another doctor

For exactly one week, on Wednesday, April 9, the Guinean government gives more statistics on the evolution of Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever. However, families and physicians continue to mourn the victims swept away by this serious disease without a vaccine or cure!

According to our information, there were nine (9) new suspected cases of Ebola detected in only yesterday. One of Donka emergency physicians, Dr. Sidiki Kaba, died Sunday, April 13, after having been in contact with a patient, without knowing that it was contaminated. Dr. Siaka Camara, a neurologist at Kipé, too, have lost their lives yesterday after being in contact with a patient ...

Apart from these known cases, it is reported that more than twenty (20) physicians are currently isolated Donka to have been in contact with cases that ultimately proved to be Ebola. And several others would be "in flight", refusing to be isolated, so they had risky contacts ...

[link to guineenews.org]
 Quoting: talkstory


alone

9 deaths in a single day tells me that this thing has reached that point of 'critical mass' I have been talking about, folks.
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It's 9 new cases and one death of a Donka emergency room physician.

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no. not true. only 1/3 of the pcr tests have come back positive for zaire.

so 2/3 are something else, with the same or similiar symptoms and outcome.

any of those untyped samples could be airborne
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Yup. Exactly. Only a handful are coming back "confirmed" Zaire

SO WHAT ARE THE OTHERS??!!

Either no one knows or just aren't releasing the info. I have asked news stations, WHO, MSF, UNICEF...no response on any front.
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Guinea Update:


The next point position is scheduled for Friday, April 18.

Point status Wednesday, 16 April 2014

1 Balance on 04.16.14. 27 cases, 9 deaths (Conakry, 10 cases, 4 deaths, Guékédou, 17 cases, 5 deaths).

2 Overall Performance. 190 cases, 120 deaths, as follows: Guékédou (115 cases, 79 deaths), Macenta (22 cases, 15 deaths), Kissidougou (6 cases, 5 deaths) Dabola (4 cases, 4 deaths) , Dinguiraye (1 case, 1 death), Conakry (41 cases, 16 deaths).

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Wed April 16, 2014, 4:44 P.M. Posted By Nouhou Balde Headlines , News , Health 0 1101
Haemorrhagic fever in Guinea: 9 new cases and deaths Donka another doctor

For exactly one week, on Wednesday, April 9, the Guinean government gives more statistics on the evolution of Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever. However, families and physicians continue to mourn the victims swept away by this serious disease without a vaccine or cure!

According to our information, there were nine (9) new suspected cases of Ebola detected in only yesterday. One of Donka emergency physicians, Dr. Sidiki Kaba, died Sunday, April 13, after having been in contact with a patient, without knowing that it was contaminated. Dr. Siaka Camara, a neurologist at Kipé, too, have lost their lives yesterday after being in contact with a patient ...

Apart from these known cases, it is reported that more than twenty (20) physicians are currently isolated Donka to have been in contact with cases that ultimately proved to be Ebola. And several others would be "in flight", refusing to be isolated, so they had risky contacts ...

[link to guineenews.org]
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This is the line that worries me. So there are doctors who've been exposed but refuse to be isolated and are on the run? That doesn't indicate clear thinking, even out of a sense of self preservation. I wonder if one of the viruses going around caused confusion in it's early stages.

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no. not true. only 1/3 of the pcr tests have come back positive for zaire.

so 2/3 are something else, with the same or similiar symptoms and outcome.

any of those untyped samples could be airborne
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Yup. Exactly. Only a handful are coming back "confirmed" Zaire

SO WHAT ARE THE OTHERS??!!

Either no one knows or just aren't releasing the info. I have asked news stations, WHO, MSF, UNICEF...no response on any front.
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It seems more the rule rather than the exception for a VHF.outbreak to turn out to be a variation on Ebola (five so far, Zaire, Sudan, Côte d' Ivoire, Reston, and Bundibugyo) or a totally new virus like Bas-Congo or Marburg.

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Guinea Update:


The next point position is scheduled for Friday, April 18.

Point status Wednesday, 16 April 2014

1 Balance on 04.16.14. 27 cases, 9 deaths (Conakry, 10 cases, 4 deaths, Guékédou, 17 cases, 5 deaths).

2 Overall Performance. 190 cases, 120 deaths, as follows: Guékédou (115 cases, 79 deaths), Macenta (22 cases, 15 deaths), Kissidougou (6 cases, 5 deaths) Dabola (4 cases, 4 deaths) , Dinguiraye (1 case, 1 death), Conakry (41 cases, 16 deaths).

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wow, Conakry has really gone up.....
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something else to think about....


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Less than a month ago the #MERS case total topped 200, after 2 years of cases. Three weeks later, it has topped 250. That's fast.
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Ebola, 40 Cases in Italy: Mystery

40 illegal immigrants off limits, for fear of Ebola


Something strange is happening in Pisa, St. Flushing. Since a few days, about 40 illegal immigrants recovered at sea by the fanatics of Mare Nostrum and from Senegal, Mali and Ghana - all areas affected by Ebola or in the vicinity of the outbreak - have come to Pisa last Friday and are off limits in the structure St. Flushing.

Doors closed and inability to contact me. Everything is mysterious. It has come to the knowledge of the matter because some exalted Africa Along the association has been denied access to the facility.

To explain the reasons for the 'no' to the request for access has been the commissioner of the city of Pisa social Sandra Capuzzi. It is not a reassuring explanation.

<At the base - he says - the recommendation of the doctor who visited them in the early hours and he recommended a few days of peace and quiet. Some 'refugees' have developed a' little 'fever', others conjunctivitis. Open the door now would pave the way for a bustle that we would not submit them at least for a few days>.

A little 'fever. The typical initial symptom of a disease that we do not want to name.

<The sanitary practices are still in progress: blood tests and screening are yet to be completed. We counted close to this stage in 48 hours, but missed the instructions of the Ministry with respect to the support structures slowed the times> [...]

These characters are concerned with ghostly associations and their 'guests'. If you do not care for medical emergencies, knowing that Mali has diagnosed many cases of Ebola and some still under investigation come from Senegal. "

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 Quoting: The Nihilist

was now Italy saying that every thing was under control and nothing was going on after some one report that it had got in to Italy, also I thought I read about there may be people quarantined on the Island off the coast so you can now assume that Ebola is on the Continent of Europe.
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guys I can update doctor who's soon.

Guinea Update:


The next point position is scheduled for Friday, April 18.

Point status Wednesday, 16 April 2014

1 Balance on 04.16.14. 27 cases, 9 deaths (Conakry, 10 cases, 4 deaths, Guékédou, 17 cases, 5 deaths).

2 Overall Performance. 190 cases, 120 deaths, as follows: Guékédou (115 cases, 79 deaths), Macenta (22 cases, 15 deaths), Kissidougou (6 cases, 5 deaths) Dabola (4 cases, 4 deaths) , Dinguiraye (1 case, 1 death), Conakry (41 cases, 16 deaths).

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wow, Conakry has really gone up.....
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I though Guinea said they had every thing under control

with Conakry sure does not look like it.
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I find the timing of this article most interesting...

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That article essentially confirms what I've been assuming for a long time - one sneeze or un-covered cough contaminates a typically sized room for the rest of the day, at least, and possibly for much longer...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


Well, the H5N1 virus was shown to live up to 3 days on SOFT surfaces (cloth, paper, etc)

No reason to think other virus might do the same.
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Ebola virus in Africa outbreak is a new strain

.Scientists say that the Ebola (ee-BOH'-lah) virus that has killed scores of people this year in Guinea (GIH'-nee) is a new strain. That means it did not spread there from outbreaks in some other African nations.

Researchers do not know the source of the virus. Some other outbreaks have been linked to African fruit bats.


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Ebola virus in Africa outbreak is a new strain

.Scientists say that the Ebola (ee-BOH'-lah) virus that has killed scores of people this year in Guinea (GIH'-nee) is a new strain. That means it did not spread there from outbreaks in some other African nations.

Researchers do not know the source of the virus. Some other outbreaks have been linked to African fruit bats.


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WOW WFT that is some REAL DOOM Then .
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