The CDC lied when they claimed the Liberian who was sick in Newark, has no ebola. They simply noted at the hospital that there were no strong SYMPTOMS of ebola! That isn’t a real diagnosis we know that the symptoms show up very suddenly, one minute, a person has a low level fever then it shoots to 105 degrees which is how the Hong Kong flu worked, too. We still don’t know when the infection rate begins to rise, doctors are only guessing. Certainly, at death, it is very high indeed.
Johan Gerinck, who lives in Brussels but works for Johnson and Johnson, said CDC officials had given passengers a list of symptoms that they needed to report immediately.
“They gave us a paper with all of the symptoms (and said) in case we got any of the symptoms, we should contact them,” Gerinck said.
Papp said she will be much more careful from now on whenever she travels.
“I was thinking about next time I travel, I will take hand sanitizers with me,” she said. “From now on I definitely will be more cautious. You never know.”
After I nearly died of the Hong Kong flu, I discovered I would get sick really easy from casual contacts so I spent several years wearing gloves in public and wiping down things with sanitary towels like when I rode the subway. My daughter does this, too, due to learning to clean public things up from back then. I also wore an Afghanistan shawl over my face so Muslims would think I was Muslim, too. This was to keep people from coughing or sneezing on me.
We may all end up doing this to stay alive if ebola takes hold here and with the US healthcare system falling to pieces when it comes to crowded urban centers, this is a quite real possibility.
All the comments, nearly uniformly in the US media and Britain, are cries to stop travel to and from Liberia and the other ebola nations. This cannot be ignored forever. It will definitely be a campaign issue and the Democrats are going to lose, big, due to this. The ‘open borders’ game has to stop in its tracks, now, not a year from now.
The Newark affair has some horrible side stories: CDC investigating sick passenger at Newark airport | NJ.com
A spouse of one of the passengers, however, said those on board the flight were kept in the dark as to the reason they weren’t being released from the flight.
Dr. Denes Papp, 57, of Princeton, who along with a crowd of drivers, family members and news crews, was waiting at Terminal B in Newark Saturday afternoon, told NJ Advance Media that his wife was one of the passengers on board the flight.
Papp, who is an anesthesiologist, said he received a text from his wife while the plane was on the tarmac, reporting that a man was ill. Papp said his wife and other passengers weren’t told that the CDC was investigating whether the passenger had Ebola.
“Shame on the airport, shame on the airlines that they didn’t make any announcements,” Papp said. “I think it’s really outrageous.”
“They made them wait on the airplane for more than an hour before they made any kind of announcements,” he said. “And they knew that something was wrong when they saw somebody coming on board with protective gear.”
Instead of immediately providing cleaning materials for the passengers, they were forced to sit and wait. Protocols for dealing with sanitation with this crisis don’t exist. Cops and ambulance drivers are getting pretty scared now because they are the ones handling people like Mr. Duncan.
Who is dying. First US Ebola case Thomas Duncan ‘critical’ condition which usually means he is probably going to die.
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