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Old August 12th, 2014 #121
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What are these liberal White doofuses doing in Africa, anyway? Too many globetrotters these days, thanks to jews making borders basically porous (except the borders of Israel).

Apparently they are wiping niglets' noses anywhere they can reach on earth's crust. Here's a new idea. Why not stay home and take care of your own children? How about having some borders, some nations, and some sense? Do they remember that "charity begins at home"?

No. Instead, what Liberal White insane doofuses probably think of that is: "That's so parochial." They are imitating the Pope, criss-crossing the world's skies in a jet in order to bring benevolence to the benighted everywhere.

And possibly, causing a pandemic that might kill untold numbers of people. But what matters it to them? Look at my battered suitcases, my full passport. I'm busy, productive, important! Important I said!

A lot of these self-important busybodies should be allowed to perish from Ebola, as a warning to the others to stop already.

As US President Calvin Coolidge once vented on some woman: "Don't you know that four-fifths of the trouble in the world is caused by people who refuse to stay home and mind their own business?" (paraphrase)

Doctors and med students have for years gone to africa to practice. If you flunk out of med school in america or england, you just transfer to Click Click m'bala m'balla Ugga Bugga University and learn to swing a chicken around until they give you a medical license (which is valid in every country on earth).
 
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Second American Ebola victim arrives in Atlanta and is wheeled into Emory isolation ward on a stretcher


Older story about a week old.


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  • American Ebola patient Nancy Writebol, 59, was wheeled into Emory University Hospital at 1pm on Tuesday by medics wearing hazmat suits
  • She is reportedly in a stable condition after receiving a second-dose of an experimental drug to combat the deadly disease
  • Mrs Writebol will be treated along with fellow missionary Dr Kent Brantly, 33, in a special quarantine wing at the hospital
  • The doctor was able to walk with help out of the ambulance on Saturday
  • Ebola has claimed the lives of at least 887 this year amid the largest outbreak of the disease ever recorded
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Old August 13th, 2014 #123
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Default A German student has been quarantined:

What's there to study in Liberia? Maybe, it was an art student painting coastal scenery of Liberians defecating on sandy beaches?

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa...234320605.html

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...Agnes Binagwaho (Binagwa Hough), Rwanda's health minister, said the patient was a German medical student who had recently spent time in Liberia...
The one on the left is not likely to show up here, if it doesn't start wearing a mask:

 
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Old August 17th, 2014 #125
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Miguel Pajares, 75, a Spanish missionary priest working at a hospital in the West African country, will be taken to Spain by a military jet.

Dead (last week in Madrid hospital)

A negro with Ebola symptoms has now been let into Alicante’s St. John’s Hospital, eastern Valencia region of Spain.

Doctors at the city’s General Hospital sent the patients to the St. John’s Hospital as this is the designated health centre in the city for dealing with Ebola cases.

St. John’s hospital would not confirm news that the man had been admitted at 7 p.m.

Police escorted the young Niggerian, in his thirties, between the two hospitals in a medicalised ambulance. His partner was transported in the small convoy but in a normal ambulance. The patient originally refused to be moved between the two hospitals without his partner, so she was brought along in a second ambulance.

http://www.thespainreport.com/10398/...e-ebola-cases/
 
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Ebola spreading: Kenya closes borders to travelers from Ebola countries - 3 suspected of Ebola quarantined in India

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Kenyan officials say the country is closing its borders to travelers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone in response to the deadly Ebola outbreak. Kenya's health secretary said Kenyans and medical workers flying in from those states would still be allowed in. Kenyan Airways says it will stop flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone when the ban comes in on Wednesday. The World Health Organization (WHO) says Kenya is at "high risk" from Ebola because it is a major transport hub. The epidemic began in Guinea in February and has since spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. On Friday, the death toll rose to 1,145 after the WHO said 76 new deaths had been reported in the two days to 13 August. There have been 2,127 cases reported in total.

Earlier, Kenya's health ministry said four suspected cases of Ebola in the country had tested negative for the virus. The cases had involved a Liberian national and two Nigerians who had recently travelled to Kenya as well as a Zimbabwean. Kenyan Airways said it had decided to cancel flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone's capitals after advice from Kenya's government. It said all passengers booked on the suspended flights would get a full refund. The company said its flights to Nigeria were not affected by the suspension. Announcing the government's decision, Kenyan Health Minister James Macharia said it was "in the interest of public health." He warned that Kenyans and health workers who had returned from the three West African states would face "strict checks" and would be quarantined if necessary.

On Friday, medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said the outbreak would take at least six months to bring under control. MSF President Joanne Liu said the situation was "deteriorating faster, and moving faster, than we can respond to." The WHO also admitted that the scale of the outbreak appeared to be "vastly underestimated" and said "extraordinary measures" were needed to contain it. Ebola is transmitted by direct contact with the body fluids of a person who is infected. Initial flu-like symptoms can lead to external hemorrhaging from areas such as eyes and gums, and internal bleeding which can lead to organ failure.

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Ebola transmission: "Being within 3 feet" or "in same room" can lead to infection
"The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is so out of control that governments there have revived a disease-fighting tactic not used in nearly a century: the "cordon sanitaire," in which a line is drawn around the infected area and no one is allowed out."

3 people quarantined in India: Three persons from Ebola-affected Nigeria, who arrived here Saturday morning, have been admitted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital for screening and treatment if required. The three Nigerians, aged 79, 37 and 4 years had fever and their tests were being done at the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Delhi, an official release said here. In addition to this, a 32-year-old Indian from Durg in Chhattisgarh who returned from Nigeria has been admitted to a hospital in Bhilai. His samples are also being tested at NCDC, the release said. WHO has said air travel, even from Ebola-affected countries, is low-risk for transmission of the disease. WHO has reported a total of 2,127 cases and 1,145 deaths due to Ebola from affected countries.

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Liberia: Ebola spread fears rise as clinic looted
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MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberian officials fear Ebola could soon spread through the capital's largest slum after residents raided a quarantine center for suspected patients and took items including blood-stained sheets and mattresses.

The violence in the West Point slum occurred late Saturday and was led by residents angry that patients were brought from other parts of the capital to the holding center, Tolbert Nyenswah, assistant health minister, said Sunday. It was not immediately clear how many patients had been at the center.

West Point residents went on a "looting spree," stealing items from the clinic that were likely infected, said a senior police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the press. The residents took medical equipment and mattresses and sheets that had bloodstains, he said.

"All between the houses you could see people fleeing with items looted from the patients," the official said, adding that he now feared "the whole of West Point will be infected."

Some of the looted items were visibly stained with blood, vomit and excrement, said Richard Kieh, who lives in the area.

The incident raises fears of new infections in Liberia, which was already struggling to contain the outbreak.

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Liberian police restored order to the West Point neighborhood. Sitting on land between the Montserrado River and the Atlantic Ocean, West Point is home to at least 50,000 people, according to a 2012 survey produced by groups including the Liberia Peacebuilding Office and the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission.

Distrust of government runs high, with rumors regularly circulating that officials plan to clear the slum out entirely.

Though there had been talk of putting West Point under quarantine should Ebola break out there, assistant health minister Nyenswah said Sunday no such step had been taken. "West Point is not yet quarantined as being reported," he said.

Ebola has killed 1,145 people in West Africa, including 413 in Liberia, according to the World Health Organization.

In East Africa, the Kenyan government took steps to prevent the disease from spreading. Kenya will bar passengers traveling from three West African countries hit by the Ebola outbreak, closing a debate in East Africa's economic powerhouse about whether the national airline was exposing the country to the deadly disease.

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Health workers move the body of a fellow health worker who was found dead in a seat, and who they be …
The suspension is effective midnight Tuesday for all ports of entry for people traveling from or through Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, said Kenya's Health Ministry. Nigeria was not included in the ban, which also allows entry to health professionals and Kenyans returning from those countries.

"This step is in line with the recognition of the extraordinary measures urgently required to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa," the Health Ministry said. It cited the World Health Organization's recent statement that the magnitude of the Ebola outbreak has been underestimated.

Following the government's announcement Saturday, Kenya Airways said it would suspend flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone. Kenya Airways, a major transport provider in Africa, had wrestled with the decision whether to continue flying to West Africa during the Ebola outbreak. Its suspension of flights is an abrupt reversal of its announcement Friday that it would continue flying.

Social commentators, medical experts and Kenyan politicians said they feared the airline was putting profits ahead of prudence, and that KQ, as the airline is known, would spread Ebola. The airline flies more than 70 flights a week to West Africa.

Several airlines have already suspended flights to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, including British Airways, Emirates Airlines, Arik Air and ASKY Airlines. Nigeria became the fourth Ebola-affected country late last month after a Liberian-American man sick with the disease flew to Lagos on an ASKY flight and infected several people before he died.

Officials in Cameroon, which borders Nigeria, announced Friday it would suspend all flights from all four Ebola-affected countries. Korean Air announced on Thursday it would temporarily halt its service to Kenya despite the fact there are no cases of Ebola in the country.
 
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Ebola patients flee attack on Liberia isolation clinic
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An Ebola information poster is displayed on August 6, 2014 in a street of Monrovia, Liberia

Monrovia (AFP) - Seventeen patients infected with Ebola were unaccounted for on Sunday after they fled an armed raid on a quarantine centre in Monrovia by men who claimed the epidemic is a fiction.

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Liberia president apologises for high toll for Ebola health workers Reuters
Liberia shuts schools, considers quarantine to curb Ebola Reuters
Ebola epidemic vastly underestimated: WHO AFP
World Health Organization chief says latest ebola outbreak is moving too fast to control
"They broke down the door and looted the place. The patients have all gone," said Rebecca Wesseh, who witnessed the attack out the outskirts of the Liberian capital.

Her report was confirmed by residents and the head of Health Workers Association of Liberia, George Williams.

Williams said the unit housed 29 patients who "had all tested positive for Ebola" and were receiving preliminary treatment before being taken to hospital.

"Of the 29 patients, 17 fled last night (after the assault). Nine died four days ago and three others were yesterday (Saturday) taken by force by their relatives" from the centre, he said.

The attackers, mostly young men armed with clubs, shouted that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf "is broke" and "there's no Ebola" in Liberia as they broke into the unit in a Monrovia suburb, Wesseh said.

Residents had opposed the creation of the centre, set up by health authorities in part of the city considered an epicentre of the Ebola outbreak in the Liberian capital.

"We told them not to (build) their camp here. They didn't listen to us," said a young resident, who declined to give his name.

"We don't believe in this Ebola outbreak."

The Ebola outbreak, the worst since the virus first appeared in 1976, has claimed 1,145 lives in five months, according to the UN World Health Organization's latest figures as of August 13: 413 in Liberia, 380 in Guinea, 348 in Sierra Leone and four in Nigeria.
 
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Ban Ki-moon said the outbreak in West Africa is now touching the lives of more than 1 million people
 
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msf says "vastly underestimated"

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Ebola has caused two dozen outbreaks in Africa since it first emerged in 1976
 
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Monrovia (AFP) - Seventeen patients infected with Ebola were unaccounted for on Sunday after they fled an armed raid on a quarantine centre in Monrovia by men who claimed the epidemic is a fiction.
Those infected and running away, will be shot and killed. Even then their bleeding dead bodies will remain highly infective. Anyone looting the dead bodies will likely become infected, as well.
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West Point residents went on a "looting spree," stealing items from the clinic that were likely infected, said a senior police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the press. The residents took medical equipment and mattresses and sheets that had bloodstains, he said.
You almost feel sorry for such a poor befuddled race. No doubt the looters will celebrate their good fortune by having sex on their new hospital issued sheets and mattresses.
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woman tested for ebes in Scotland

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You almost feel sorry for such a poor befuddled race. No doubt the looters will celebrate their good fortune by having sex on their new hospital issued sheets and mattresses.
Blacks are just animals. My contempt is for whites who could use their reasoning capacity but refuse to, usually due to religious poisoning.
 
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You will, nigger, you will....

This whole thing would be a great comedic farce if it didn't have likely global implications.
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Talk about playing down an ebola scenario on European soil. Well, maybe Berlin wouldn't be the worst place to start.

http://www.arcor.de/content/aktuell/...k,content.html

A 30 year old visitor of an unemployment office who has been in Nigeria (if she originated from there or not was not specified) has been preliminarilly treated by emergencey medics, after having shown fever symptoms typical to that of ebola.

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Just found this link which isn't holding back race specification:

http://www.thelocal.de/20140819/woma...bola-in-berlin

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...Update: Around 600 people were briefly quarantined at a Berlin Job Centre on Tuesday after a West African woman collapsed with apparent symptoms of Ebola...


No better reason for sending the following Niggrrhoid back to where it can eat some monkey:


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Soldiers spill blood in Liberian Ebola slum as riot breaks out over the quarantine of 50,000 residents

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- Entire West Point slum quarantined after residents looted Ebola unit there
- Liberian President also orders nighttime curfew across the country
- West Africa's Ebola outbreak has killed at least 1,229 people so far
- Fears grow that the virus has spread to Congo after 10 deaths there










Rubbish litters the waterfront of the West Point slum: The area's high population density and poor sanitation have made it the ideal breeding ground for the Ebola virus outbreak which is currently gripping West Africa


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Three Liberians are currently being treated with the last known doses of ZMapp, a drug that had earlier been given to two infected Americans and a Spanish priest. The Americans are also improving, but the Spaniard died.

'The medical professionals have informed the Liberian information ministry their progress is "remarkable",' the ministry said in a statement, adding that the patients are showing 'very positive signs of recovery.'

Experts have said it is unclear if ZMapp, which had never before been tested in humans, is effective. Even if it is, the California-based maker has said more supplies won't be available for months.

News: Alfred Sirleaf, managing editor of the 'Daily Talk Chalk Board' explains his headline story to his audience on the contributions between China and the USA to Liberia to combat the deadly Ebola virus in the country

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Patrick Sawyer could have brought Ebola to US but died in Nigeria while en route to family in Minnesota.


Two alarming new cases of Ebola have emerged in Nigeria, widening the circle of people sickened beyond the immediate group of caregivers who treated a dying airline passenger in one of Africa’s largest cities.

The two new cases were infected by their spouses, both medical workers who had direct contact with Liberian-American Patrick Sawyer, who flew into Nigeria from Liberia and Togo and infected 11 others before he died in July.

The male and female caregivers also then died of Ebola, Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said Friday.

The latest two cases bring the total number of confirmed infections in Nigeria, including Sawyer, to 14. Five have died, five recovered and another four are being treated in isolation in Lagos, the commercial capital where Sawyer’s flight landed.

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Cap'n Trips has mutating qualities, and dogs are eating bodies of the dead...

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