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    Default "Ebola scare in Donegal "

    http://www.independent.ie/irish-news...-30526820.html

    ah no only joking. its probably nothing

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    Just back from a high risk area but also had malaria.
    In Scotland at least one person was tested, sad whats happening in the places heavily affected hope it stops spreading very very soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by HonestJosephine View Post
    Just back from a high risk area but also had malaria.
    In Scotland at least one person was tested, sad whats happening in the places heavily affected hope it stops spreading very very soon
    yea id say its malaria. he died too soon. from first symptoms to death

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    Any of you concerned ?

    Sure they will carry out tests to see if this person died of Ebola or of something else.

    I tell you one thing though : Even if he died of Ebola , you can bet your bottom dollar the govt won't be racing to

    acknowledge it , creating a panic.

    Just as they have done w the Saudi death , and with numerous other cases.

    Any of you concerned ?






    "It is understood the deceased had been working in Sierra Leone and that a number of colleagues had contracted the virus there. He was found dead late last night and taken to Letterkenny General Hospital, it is understood."


    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/healt...eath-1.1904073
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meursault View Post
    yea id say its malaria. he died too soon. from first symptoms to death
    Ebola patients - remarkably ! - do not appear sick at all until the very last stages of the infection.

    And then die within days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    Any of you concerned ?

    Sure they will carry out tests to see if this person died of Ebola or of something else.

    I tell you one thing though : Even if he died of Ebola , you can bet your bottom dollar the govt won't be racing to

    acknowledge it , creating a panic.

    Just as they have done w the Saudi death , and with numerous other cases.

    Any of you concerned ?






    "It is understood the deceased had been working in Sierra Leone and that a number of colleagues had contracted the virus there. He was found dead late last night and taken to Letterkenny General Hospital, it is understood."


    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/healt...eath-1.1904073
    ah if we just drop a bomb on donegal that should sort it out......

    seriously though, i think because of the superior health service here and the vaccine ZMAPP, id say it would be ok. If there was an outbreak (low chance) we would contain it. To put it in the context, malaria has killed millions more and yet we are worried about ebola....

    then again im laid back and dont really care about much in life

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    Ebola patients - remarkably ! - do not appear sick at all until the very last stages of the infection.

    And then die within days.
    ok my bad. but theres variation. sometimes it can take a week between initial symptoms and deah

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    Yes, concerned but not panicked.
    Lucky for us it is not airborne but for a poor nurse who helped a patient out of bed and touched him briefly with no gloves on, that just shows how easy it is to to catch with direct contact.
    In the areas heavily affected the roads are closed down, food not getting in and farmers not sowing crops so food shortages expected next year.
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    On a side note :

    It would appear that this would be the time to pick up some pharma stock in the company that makes ZMapp .

    Apparently the two Americans evacuated to Atlanta earlier have recovered , and Doc Brantly just gave a statement

    in public , with hugs and all. Good news for them ; good news for all x

    In the meantime the Liberian doctors (3) who have received the same experimental drug apparently are showing a

    remarkable recovery.

    Bad news : this drug is only experimental , will not be available to the wider public , there're no stockpiles .





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    Quote Originally Posted by HonestJosephine View Post
    Yes, concerned but not panicked.
    Lucky for us it is not airborne but for a poor nurse who helped a patient out of bed and touched him briefly with no gloves on, that just shows how easy it is to to catch with direct contact.
    In the areas heavily affected the roads are closed down, food not getting in and farmers not sowing crops so food shortages expected next year.
    what if someone sneezes on you?

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