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Sierra Leone puts over 100 people in quarantine after new Ebola death

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Freetown (AFP) - Sierra Leone's government on Saturday urged the public not to panic as it announced that more than 100 people had been quarantined following a new death from Ebola just as the country seemed to have overcome the epidemic.

The World Health Organization on Friday confirmed that a 22-year-old woman who died after falling ill near the Guinean border last week had tested positive for the tropical fever.

The announcement came a day after west Africa was celebrating the end of the outbreak after Liberia became the last of the three worst-hit countries in the region to be declared Ebola-free. Sierra Leone had received the all-clear last November, and Guinea in December.

Health officials in Freetown said they had placed a total of 109 people who had been in contact with the student before her death in isolation.

Of those, 28 were considered "high risk" and three contacts had yet to be located, Ishmael Tarawally, the national coordinator of the Office of National Security, said at a press conference.

http://news.yahoo.com/sierra-leone-puts-over-100-people-quarantine-ebola-004229419.html

Since we got our Ebola Czar here, they don't talk about it much anymore. I remember in 2014 all you heard was ebola! and then overnight, all the news was blacked out about it. The way they shut that up showed me just how powerful these people are when they don't want you to know what's going on. 

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Really? And all those "fake refugees" from African countries flooding into Europe in waves aren't a threat. Gaah, Idiots, they've got a free, willing "dispersal system" marching right into the heart of every European nation!

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The ebola pandemic began in late February in the former French colony of Guinea while UN agencies were conducting nationwide vaccine campaigns for three other diseases in rural districts. The simultaneous eruptions of this filovirus virus in widely separated zones strongly suggests that the virulent Zaire ebola strain (ZEBOV) was deliberately introduced to test an antidote in secret trials on unsuspecting humans.

http://liberianobserver.com/commentaries/ebola-breakout-coincided-un-vaccine-campaigns

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5 hours ago, Brio said:

What? That great humanitarian agency known as the UN would use humans as guinea pigs? If Obama doesn't appoint himself king for a 3rd term then he's in line to take over the UN. What a wonderful world it will be!

Ebola never goes away, stays in sperm for months and continues to wreak havoc in the health care workers that contracted it. But yeah. let's keep importing it into first world countries where it can decimate innocent people. :JSfrXsb:

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8 hours ago, YourMom2 said:

What? That great humanitarian agency known as the UN would use humans as guinea pigs? If Obama doesn't appoint himself king for a 3rd term then he's in line to take over the UN. What a wonderful world it will be!

Ebola never goes away, stays in sperm for months and continues to wreak havoc in the health care workers that contracted it. But yeah. let's keep importing it into first world countries where it can decimate innocent people. :JSfrXsb:

Yep, what happens in negroid sperm, stays in negroid sperm. Such a fantastic delivery system for the world's most heinous and infectious diseases.

Not only that It's delivered in the most violent manner available, (generally rape) at the hands of a crazed, wild eyed animal person.

TPTB simply couldn't bring themselves to execute their enemies in a humane way but by means where the maximum amount of suffering would be endured.

Actually, I called BS on Ebola in the United States because I assumed all the hoopla over it ,at the time , was merely a smokescreen for Benghazi.

I'm still not convinced it's weapon potential has not ruled out but I believe it's just too unpredictable (for mutation) to be used effectively at this time.

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