More than 70 Peshmerga forces have just flown in to Turkey and will soon be crossing the border and heading to Kobani -- the town besieged by militants with the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group.
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World Health Organization (WHO) officials announced on Oct. 24 that the number of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) cases is now in excess of 10,000. Most victims came down with the disease in three West African states: Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, where approximately 4,900 people have died.
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Defenders of the CDC have said that so far in Dallas only 2 people got Ebola from Duncan so things cannot be that bad. But we have since learned that the CDC has been clandestinely seizing patients from hospitals who had Ebola symptoms. Another case was reported of a student returning from the Ebola Zone who disappeared from the ambulance taking him to the hospital after he developed symptoms. We already knew that the CDC was seizing suspected Ebola victims from the Border Patrol. CDC agents on several occasions would arrive in vans wearing Hazmat suits to seize suspected Ebola sufferers from the Border Patrol while refusing to sign any paperwork. This operation is completely off the books.
Does it not seem strange to you that the only Americans known to have Ebola are high profile people who cannot just ‘disappear?’
So just how contagious is Ebola? An illnesses’ rate of infection is expressed as the “R-naught”, or R-0. This is the measure of how many people a single infected person will themselves infect. An R-0 of 1 means each person with the illness will infect one more person. An R-0 less than one means an illness will die out as it is unable to infect new patients as fast as existing patients are cured or die. An R-0 larger than one means an illness will naturally spread. The current Ebola strain has an R-naught of 2. To put that into perspective, Measles has an R-naught of 12-18. Smallpox and Polio are 6. Flu is between 2 and 3. So the current Ebola virus is slightly less infective than the seasonal flu, although obviously the consequences of infection are more severe. Keep that R-naught of 2 in mind when you reflect on statements from Africa that the number of Ebola patients had been doubling every 21 days which is the incubation period.
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