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ZH: Second US Doctor Infected With Ebola In Liberia, Which Shuts Down Borders To Slow Epidemic

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  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  2. Camacho2016

    What kind of world is it when Africa is teaching the US how to secure a border?

    #hopenchange

  3. Tcumseh@hushmail.com

    Good thing rich Nigerians can’t get on a plane…….and fly somewhere else.

  4. WTF are these ‘doctors’ doing in this dungheap in the first place? I swear these do-gooders will be the end of us all.

    • Do gooders like these have helped keep outbreaks of virulent disease confined to known endemic regions in the past. God bless all fighting this scourge.

      • the fukkn A-team

        The best way to “fight this scourge” is to nuke that dung heap in place. That would be doing Gods work.

  5. I don’t have a TV, but all the MSM websites aren’t saying shit about how this is far beyond any hope of containment.
    May you live in interesting times, fuckers …

    • Oh, the Chinese curse is directed at the PTB, their stooges, and their media, not anyone worthwhile who might be reading this.

  6. I always thought it pretty damn presumptuous of Westerns who go to the Dark Continent to “help” the natives out with their “problems”. How would you like it if Nigerians showed up at your front door and wanted to help you out with your “problems” or if teams of Ugandans flew into washington d.c. to help sort out our immigration fiasco. More liberal water walkers doing more harm than good.

    • “How would you like it if Nigerians showed up at your front door and wanted to help you out with your ‘problems’.”

      Oh, about the same as if a Kenyan–or his agents–did.

  7. The media spins it so it sounds like doo-gooders (sic) and there are a few of those.

    There are also quite a few researchers who know to understand it you have to go where it is. Better than waiting for it to get here, although it appears to be too late.

  8. From: “Media@cdc.gov (CDC)”
    To: MMWR-MEDIA@LISTSERV.CDC.GOV
    Subject: CDC Media Advisory: CDC provides update on Ebola outbreak in West Africa
    Date: Jul 28, 2014 12:06 PM
    Media Advisory

    For Immediate Release
    Monday, July 28, 2014

    Contact: CDC Media Relations
    (404) 639-3286

    CDC provides update on Ebola outbreak in West Africa

    WHAT: CDC will host a media telebriefing today to discuss the on-going outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. There is no significant risk in the U.S. While it is unlikely that the disease would spread if imported into the United States, the recent infections in U.S. healthcare workers working abroad highlight the need for vigilance. CDC is reminding U.S. healthcare workers of the importance of testing and isolating sick travelers returning from the affected areas.

    WHO : Stephan Monroe, Ph.D., Deputy Director, National Center for Emerging & Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, CDC

    WHEN : Monday, July 28, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. (ET)

    Dial-In:
    Media: 888-795-0855
    Non-Media: 800-369-3153
    INTERNATIONAL: 630-395-0219

    * Please dial in 10 to 15 minutes before the start of the press conference.

    Important Instructions
    If you would like to ask a question during the call, press *1 on your touchtone phone. Press *2 to withdraw your question. You may queue up at any time. You will hear a tone to indicate your question is pending.

    Transcript
    A transcript of this media availability will be available following the briefing at the CDC web site at http://www.cdc.gov/media .

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    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services