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U.S. Govt. Ebola Camps No Longer a Conspiracy Theory

The states of New York and New Jersey have leapfrogged federal guidelines and set up their own mandatory 21-day quarantine requirements for arriving passengers who had direct contact with Ebola patients in West Africa.

Mandatory Quarantines in New York and New Jersey

The governors of New Jersey and New York said Friday they are ordering a mandatory, 21-day quarantine for all doctors and other travelers who have had contact with Ebola victims in West Africa.

Dr: Ebola Virus Is Airborne, Weaponized And "Cure" Being Suppressed

Dr. Rima Laibow joins Richie Allen from Volcania Radio to discuss the current Ebola outbreak, where she immediatedly makes it very clear that Ebola is airborne and weaponized, and the documents proving it are all provided at her website.

Infected NY Doctor Rides Subway and Visits Bowling Alley

Dr. Craig Spencer, who recently returned from disease-wracked West African country Guinea after working with Doctors Without Borders, hit the lanes in Williamsburg, visited Manhattan's High Line park and used Uber cars and the subway — the No. 1, A and L trains — to get around.

Airborne Ebola More Likely in Cold Weather

After successfully exposing monkeys to airborne Ebola, which “caused a rapidly fatal disease in 4-5 days,” scientists with the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) concluded Ebola can spread through air but likely hasn’t in Equatorial Africa because the region is too warm, with temperatures rarely dropping below 65°F.

Pentagon Says Ebola Strike Team Does Not Violate Posse Comitatus

Pentagon press secretary, Rear Admiral John Kirby, on Monday dismissed constitutional concerns over the decision to deploy the military in response to the Ebola virus in the United States.

CDC Cuts Dallas Quarantine Halfway Into Incubation Period

The fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan will be released from quarantine today. However, the CDC mandated 21-day quarantine period Louise Troh along with her son and two nephews endured is only half of the recommended period.

Feds Stockpile Protective Gear in Expectation of “Emergency” Event

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is looking to stockpile a year’s worth of personal protective equipment (PPE) in order to prepare for an expected disruption to the supply chain due to an “emergency” event.

Ebola Study Projects Spread of Virus

Up to three Ebola-infected people could embark on overseas flights every month from the three most-affected African countries, according to a new study that projected travel patterns based on infection rates and recent flight schedules.

Ebola appointment latest in missteps by officials

President Obama's decision to name a skilled political operative as his Ebola czar rather than a medical expert is enraging critics as the latest in a series of missteps in the government's response to the virus.

A Massive Government Solicitation Could Cause a Shortage of Protective Clothing, Gloves, Masks

The National Institute of Health has placed a massive order for protective clothing and supplies that could make it impossible for you to procure your own gear.

WHO finally admits sneezing and coughing can spread Ebola

As Ebola continues to spread, the official story about how it is spreading keeps on changing. The World Health Organization (WHO) now says that Ebola can spread through the air via moisture released through sneezing and coughing.

NIH pushing to vaccinate entire countries with Ebola vaccine

Everything that the alternative media has been warning about concerning the Ebola epidemic is now coming true, including that this latest disease scare would eventually be used by the U.S. government to push more drugs and vaccines on the gullible public.

D.C., Maryland hospitals evaluating 2 patients with Ebola-like symptoms

Two Washington area hospitals said within hours of each other Friday that they had admitted a patient with symptoms and travel histories associated with Ebola. A patient, who had recently traveled to Nigeria, came to Howard University Hospital in the District overnight "presenting symptoms that could be associated with Ebola," spokeswoman Kerry-Ann Hamilton said in a statement.

Officials investigate possible Ebola cases in Hawaii, Utah

Health officials in at least two states worked Thursday to determine whether patients other than a man being treated in Texas are infected with the Ebola virus. Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City forwarded specimens from a male patient to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for additional tests, CBS affiliate KUTV reported.

U.S. Ebola Patient's Family Under Guarded Quarantine In Texas

Both Thomas Eric Duncan and his four relatives exposed to Ebola symptoms are being kept under the watchful eye of the law in Texas. A guard is watching over the door to Duncan's hospital room at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, and a member of law enforcement is standing guard outside the apartment unit where the four Texas residents are currently under quarantine.

Scientists warn Ebola transmission may be airborne -

With so many questions still remaining as to how folks like Dr. Rick Sacra, who never even treated Ebola patients, somehow managed to contract the supposedly non-airborne disease, the University of Minnesota's Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) has issued new guidelines recommending that all front-line health workers be outfitted with full respirators, a recommendation which suggests that Ebola could very well have gone airborne.

US State Department just ordered 160,000 Ebola Hazmat Suits -

Today it is reported that the US State Department just ordered 160,000 Ebola Hazmat Suits. Lakeland Industries, the company that makes them says these Hazmat Suits are equipped to handle airborne Ebola. Needless to say, this news is creating concerns.Forbes announced a few days ago that Ebola had mutated. The new strain is acting in the direct manner of what one would consider an airborne virus. CNN is announcing the new behavior of the mutation makes it possible for a nightmare to happen.

Virologist: “It’s Too Late, Ebola Will Kill 5 Million” -

Expert says virus will infect entire population of African countries A top German virologist has caused shockwaves by asserting that it’s too late to halt the spread of Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia and that five million people will die, noting that efforts should now be focused on stopping the transmission of the virus to other countries."

Should You Worry About an Ebola Outbreak in the US?

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has raised its level of emergency alertness to “Level 1” in response to the Ebola virus, following outbreaks in West Africa. Affected areas include Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria. Two infected American aid workers have been brought back to the US for treatment. The outbreak involves Zaire ebolavirus, which produces symptoms within six to 16 days of infection. The virus leads to severe immunosuppression, but most deaths are attributed to dehydration caused by gastric problems.

Ebola virus: Nine things to know about the killer disease -

Hundreds of people are dead as the worst Ebola virus outbreak in history sweeps through West Africa. It began as a handful of cases in Guinea in March but quickly spread to neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia. Here are nine things to know about what the World Health Organization calls "one of the world's most virulent diseases."

British Ebola patient flying to UK for hospital treatment -

A British national who contracted the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone is being flown back to the UK on an RAF jet, the UK's Department of Health has said. The healthcare worker is being flown to London's RAF Northolt in a specially-equipped C-17 aircraft and will be transported to an isolation unit at the Royal Free Hospital in north London.

Airborne Transmission of Ebola -

The public has been misinformed regarding human-to-human transmission of Ebola. Assurances that Ebola can be transmitted only through direct contact with bodily fluids need to be seriously scrutinized in the wake of the West Africa outbreak.

Briton in Sierra Leone 'tests positive for Ebola' -

A British national living in Sierra Leone has tested positive for Ebola, the Department of Health has said. It is the first reported case of a Briton contracting the deadly virus during the recent outbreak. Some 1,427 people have died since Ebola began spreading in West Africa at what the World Health Organization (WHO) has described as an "unprecedented" rate.

39% Americans believe there will an Ebola outbreak in the US -

According to a poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), most Americans lack awareness about the deadly Ebola virus disease. The poll results showed that about 39 per cent of adult Americans believe that there will be a large outbreak in the US and 26 percent are concerned that someone in their family may get sick with Ebola over the next year.

Ebola in West Africa: Total Ebola cases underestimated, says WHO -

Ebola death toll in West Africa has now crossed 1,427, with 2165 new cases. Looking at the mortality rate and the reach of the virus, the WHO said that the spread of the on-going Ebola epidemic is unprecedented. The WHO said that there virus has caught hold of certain areas that are beyond reach and hence the exact number of cases remain underestimated, reports the BBC. According to WHO reports, since August 19, there were 142 new cases of the disease and 77 deaths.

Ebola outbreak: Five reasons why it's out of control -

Health officials in West Africa have underestimated the Ebola outbreak, the World Health Organization said in a blunt statement on Friday. Since the Ebola outbreak started, 2,615 probable, suspected or confirmed cases have been reported, including 1,427 deaths, according to the WHO's latest numbers. Liberia and Sierra Leone have been the hardest-hit, while Nigeria is still trying to contain a handful of cases stemming from one airline passenger who brought the virus into the country in July.

Two New Cases of Ebola Stem From Indirect Contact -

Two new cases of Ebola were reported in Nigeria on Friday, both in spouses of health workers who died after caring for the Liberian-American who brought the disease there last month.

What happens when you survive Ebola? -

Two American missionaries infected with the deadly Ebola virus were given an experimental drug. Shortly after, Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were flown separately from Liberia to Atlanta's Emory University Hospital -- the first human patients with Ebola to ever come to the United States.

Ebola Virus: First Suspected Case in Ireland -

The remains of a man who died after he recently returned from Africa are continuing to be tested for the Ebola virus, health officials said on Friday—in what is the first suspected case of the disease in Ireland.

Contagious Kisses? We Answer Your Questions About Ebola Recovery -

It was a public health first. Doctors discharged two Americans from a hospital in Atlanta after treating them for Ebola. Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol the virus in July while working with Christian aid groups at a clinic in Monrovia, Liberia. The two were to Emory University Hospital in early August.

Ebola virus outbreak: This is why '75%' of victims are women -

About 75 per cent of people contracting Ebola are women because they are often the primary care-givers, nurses and traders, health officials have said. The disease, which has claimed the lives of at least 1,229 people across Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria, is disproportionality infecting women as the outbreak spreads across West Africa.

Two U.S. patients are in isolation awaiting Ebola test results -

Two patients are in isolation in U.S. hospitals while officials wait for test results to determine if they have been infected with the Ebola virus. Officials believe that a woman in New Mexico and an unidentified patient in California are unlikely to have the deadly virus, but the two individuals are being isolated and tested out of an abundance of caution.

Patient tested in California for possible Ebola exposure -

Another patient is being tested in the United States for possible Ebola exposure -- this time, in California. The unidentified patient is being isolated in a "specially equipped negative pressure room" at the Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center. Trained staff are using protective equipment, coordinated with infectious disease specialists, to provide care for the patient, said Dr. Stephen M. Parodi, director of hospital operations at Kaiser Permanente Northern California, in a statement.

US Hospitals Have Had 68 Ebola Scares, CDC Says -

US Hospitals Have Had 68 Ebola Scares, CDC Says - August 20, 2014 - ABC News American hospitals and state labs have handled at least 68 Ebola scares over the last three weeks, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hospitals in 27 states alerted the CDC of the possible Ebola cases out of an abundance of caution amid the growing outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Aid Group Slams Global Response to Ebola Outbreak -

“We are completely amazed by the lack of willingness and professionalism and coordination to tackle this epidemic,” Brice de le Vingne, the operations director of Doctors Without Borders, told the Financial Times. “We have been screaming for months. Now the situation is even worse – we are today on the verge of seeing an entire country collapsing.”

Ebola Scare In Southeast Asia As Vietnam & Myanmar Test Suspected Patients -

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Ebola Outbreak Worsens With Missing Patients, US Scare -

The outbreak is already the deadliest on record and has shown no signs of slowing. About 42.5 percent of all Ebola deaths since the virus was discovered in 1976 have occurred since March 2014, according to WHO data.

Latin America Prepares Hospitals, Airport Screenings to Fight Ebola Threat -

With the world on high alert as West Africa continues to struggle against the wages of the Ebola virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) is warning affected countries to take extra precautions in containing the threat to their region. In response to the threat, the governments of Latin America are preparing quarantine spaces and airport screenings against potential carriers.

Ebola Suspected In Abu Dhabi After Nigerian Woman Dies -

A 35-year-old Nigerian woman died Monday in Abu Dhabi from suspected Ebola symptoms. The unnamed woman was on her way to India for cancer treatment, but due to the severity of her condition had to remain in the Middle East, until her unfortunate demise. At the moment, the woman’s husband is in quarantine as a safety precaution to ensure the virus does not spread to the city’s nearly 1.5 million residents.

New Mexico woman being tested for Ebola at UNMH -

The state Department of Health and the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are testing the woman, who returned to New Mexico earlier this month from Sierra Leone, which is one of several countries in West Africa with known cases of Ebola. There have been more than a thousand deaths in West Africa attributed to the Ebola virus since March.

No early end to the Ebola outbreak -

The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa continues to escalate, with 1975 cases and 1069 deaths reported from Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. No new cases have been detected in Nigeria following the importation of a case in an air traveller last month. Extensive contact tracing and monitoring, implemented with support from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has kept the number of additional cases small.

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