Aug 4, 2014

Ebola - What You're Not Being Told

Interesting facts about this spreading plague.  Apparently it gained two additional "powers" not inherent in it's original form.  The first, it can be transmitted as an airborne particle as you will hear in the video below.  The second, and equally frightening fact is that it has a 21 day incubation period.  That's right, 21 days!  The great plague of the 14th century that killed half of Europe was reported to have an incubation period of 12 days.

What's the big deal?  That means you may catch the fever but not show significant symptoms for three weeks.  Imagine how far you might travel and how many people you might contact in three weeks.  This could easily become the greatest plague of the modern era...


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More news posts on the current spread of the Ebola hemorrhagic fever -
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100 more Ebola deaths reported, as death toll sails beyond 800

WHO warns of ‘catastrophic’ consequences of Ebola outbreak: disease is spreading faster than our ability to control it.