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Do You Feel Safe With the Ebola Virus Spreading in the United States

By Bren @Virtual_Bren

Breaking News! Two Humans Have Contracted the Ebola Virus in the United States!


Do You Feel Safe With the Ebola Virus Spreading in the US

The Ebola virus is all over the news and the radio. As always, the media zones in and over-amplifies what is actually going on. But the fact still remains,

The Ebola Virtus Disease (EVD) has hit the United States!

Do you feel safe now?

Let’s Find Out a Bit about Ebola

  • Is a disease that both humans and mammals can get
  • Symptoms can start within 2-21 days of having contracted Ebola
  • First set of Symptoms include fever, sore throat, muscle pain, and headaches
  • Second set of Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and a skin rash
    • Along with the second set of symptoms, decreased liver and kidney function will be seen
    • Next the body will begin to bleed both internally and externally
  • Death can occur typically between 6-16 days from start of first symptoms

This is Seriously some Scary Shit!

Are you scared yet? Does it bother you to know that there are people in Africa that are infected and are traveling to and from the United States or possibly other Countries?

How Can You Contract Ebola?

  • Generally, having contact with an infected one’s bodily fluids or blood is a sure way to contract Ebola

Do You Feel Safe With the Ebola Virus Spreading in the US

Other Facts

  • There is no specific treatment for Ebola
  • There is no CURE for Ebola

Can We Control It?

We can possibly control the spreading of the infection by:

  • Burying and/or cremating the deceased bodies
  • Quarantine
  • Contacting all those person(s)/mammal(s) that have been in contact with the infected and observing them for at least 21 days

Now I ask you again, Do You Feel Safe?

Do you know anyone that has or had Ebola? Please share your thoughts!


Disclaimer:  I am not a medical expert but what I share above can be found when searching for Ebola in reference books and/or on the web.

Images from FreeDigitalPhotos.Net courtesy of Stuart Miles and David Castillo Dominici

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