|Bringing Ebola To A German Hospital - Insane|
By Patricia Doyle
|Hello Jeff -
As I read over the article re Germany taking Ebola patients into THEIR COUNTRY because the WHO asked them to, I read about the precautions.
OK it appears all doctors and nurses will wear respirator suits and there are also other airborne protocols to be implemented like neg pressure etc.
Question 1 - OK, IF we are to believe that this Ebola is only spread via direct contact bodily fluids, like the previous outbreaks, why….WHY are airborne protocols in place? Are they, i.e. the hospitals and the WHO lying…or do they KNOW for a fact that this is airborne?
And Question 2 - DO THEY KNOW HOW THIS EBOLA GOT STARTED? …Like maybe via vaccine trial gone awry?
Patty - Yes, you are right. OF COURSE, IT IS AEROSOLIZED AND SPREAD WITH A COUGH OR A SNEEZE and any OBJECT OF SURFACE can be CONTAMINATED AS WELL. Once again, the WHO's Health policies are INSANE and/or deliberate. - Jeff
People should know that the WHO is asking for relocation of Ebola patients to the First World. This is the Black Plague all over again. And who was the winner in the Middle Age outbreak? The rich and landed…AND THE BANKERS They managed to get along just fine without serfs as the dawn of machines made life easy for them and they got along with fewer workers in the fields and factories.
People have no idea Germany is taking patients and no idea that missionaries have already been evacuated BACK TO THE US from W Africa...and likely with Ebola. All of the articles should get people looking for MORE info. We are on the doorstep of an outbreak
in the US.
if people don't realize it. there are probably some W Africans in the midst of the border illegals. This virus can take 21 days tp become clinical and fully infected in the host. Maybe the cases that the govt call flu or hemorrhagic bird flu are really Ebola! The people get buried quickly and no one knows. They simply died of 'flu.'
Meanwhile President Ebola plays golf….and the Congress goes fishing.
My guess is the US has already been prepping flights from W Africa to US hospitals. I never thought of myself as a racist but I am sure I will hear that word in an email or two.
I don't see why we should start moving patients from the outbreak zone to the US or Europe. The reasoning is that W Africa had never seen an Ebola case…and therefore their hospitals are unable to cope and treat Ebola. Alright, if that is the reasoning, then send them to Uganda, Zaire etc where they have been treating Ebola. Oh, well, it seems those countries refuse to take any patients from W Africa. They aren't THAT dumb.
The US hospitals have NO IDEA idea what they are treating. This Ebola, and I stake my reputation on it, IS airborne in similar manner to TB…and more so than flu.
Jeff, moving this strain of Ebola around the globe is unfair to the people in the countries taking patients. It will also cost a fortune to fly them in and treat them. Do you honestly think that the Ebola patients will want to leave the US or Germany? Hell, no! They will simply disappear into the mass of illegals already in the system.
Americans have no rights here. Talk about racism? It goes the other way. White middle class America is discriminated against.
Bad enough the Christian missionary groups are bringing patients here. Do we need government tax money spent to put the taxpayer at risk, too? Sure, President Ebola Obama wants to take the W Africans here as he hates white people and wants, in my opinion to change the complexion of America. Those who survive will never leave the US I am sure.
Already, the schools in my area are desperate for money to add illegals to the rolls by Sept. opening day. Don't they get it? We cannot keep doing this.
INSANITY in my opinion.
Jeff, this is no ordinary Ebola outbreak. I think that there had been an experimental vaccine trial in Conakry, Guinea and that is why it broke out in Conakry a major city. A city where I might add vaccine use is much higher than in rural Africa. I think we are seeing a manipulated virus. Maybe that is why some of the microbiologists are remaining mum on this outbreak and its danger to the US and world.
Bear in mind this is just my opinion...that of an old horse, race horse doc. It just seems to fit and I had been correct on this type of outbreak before. Plum Island and WNV as well as 2000/2001 Foot and Mouth Disease, in the UK. FMD most assuredly was linked to trials of a vaccine and I pretty much proved it with a lot of documents.
Add West Africa because this strain is DIFFERENT and Africa knows it,.
German Hospital To Take In West African Ebola Patients
A German hospital has agreed to treat Ebola patients amid widespread fears of a possible outbreak of the deadly disease in Europe. Over 670 people have already been killed by the disease in West Africa with doctors struggling to control the epidemic.
A German hospital in Hamburg agreed to accept patients following a request from the World Health Organization (WHO), Deutsche Welle reports. Doctors assure that the utmost precautions will be taken to make sure the disease does not spread during treatment. The patients will be kept in an isolation ward behind several airlocks, and doctors and nurses will wear body suits with their own oxygen supplies that will be burned every three hours.
German authorities were expecting the arrival of Sheik Umar Khan, an Ebola expert who caught the disease while treating patients in Sierra Leone, but he died before he could be transported.
"We were actually anticipating the patient's arrival over the weekend," Dr. Jonas Schmidt-Chanasit, head of the viral diagnostic unit at Hamburg's Bernhard-Nocht-Institute, told German public broadcaster NDR.
This latest outbreak of Ebola originated in Guinea in February and quickly spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria where the first case was reported last week. The disease has already claimed over 650 lives and has prompted authorities in Europe to take measures to prevent its spread.
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will chair a meeting of the Cabinet Office Briefing Room (COBRA) on Wednesday to discuss the government’s reaction to the outbreak of the deadly disease. On Monday, a man was tested for the virus at a Birmingham Airport following a flight from Nigeria via Paris. The Department of Health later confirmed that the tests were negative and said the UK authorities were prepared to deal with the threat of Ebola.
“Protecting the public from infectious diseases is a priority and we lead the world in this field. We are well prepared to identify and deal with any potential cases of Ebola,” a Department of Health official told reporters.
In Hong Kong, a woman has been hospitalized with a suspected case of Ebola. According to reports from China Daily, the woman had recently returned home from a trip to Africa.
In an effort to confine the spread of the disease, the International Civil Aviation Organization will consult with the World Health Organization.
"Until now [the virus] had not impacted commercial aviation, but now we're affected," WHO Secretary-General Raymond Benjamin told the media, referencing the death of a 40-year-old man who died of Ebola after traveling on Togo-based airline ASKY from Liberia to Nigeria via the Togolese capital of Lome.
"We will have to act quickly," Benjamin said. "We will consult with the WHO to see what types of measures should be put in place."
The Ebola virus spreads through direct contact of bodily fluids and is deadly in up to 90 percent of cases. Symptoms include fever, vomiting and internal bleeding.
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