by James Buchanan
We’ve been told that anyone, who begins to suffer symptoms of ebola, is capable of transmitting it. An article in the L.A. times reports that “As of Friday, a pool of about 1,000 people are being watched for symptoms, have been asked to monitor themselves or have been urged to check with a counselor at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”
If only one percent of those people come down with ebola, that will be ten people, whose movements and contacts will have to be accounted for.
One of the ebola-infected nurses, Nina Pham has a boyfriend who was reportedly showing possible symptoms of ebola. A sheriff’s deputy, who entered the ebola apartment and got the quarantine order signed also was suffering some possible symptoms and had to be checked out.
One big problem however is that the RT-PCR testing machine for ebola only gives reliable…
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