August 20 2014 update…http://dailypost.ng/2014/08/20/revealed-dr-adadevoh-saved-nigerian-lives-ebola/?wt=2
The beautiful & heroic Dr Adadevoh did not survive her exposure to Ebola ridden Patrick Sawyer when she physically restrained him from pulling out his IV and leaving the hospital. If he would have succeeded, the spread would have been catastrophic to Nigerians.
#Ebola deceased Patrick Sawyer (a naturalized US citizen) who fleed … peed on healthcare workers…what the frack?
He was on his way to Minneapolis (after a business meeting he was to attend) and collapsed after leaving from Liberia and arriving in Nigeria. “He almost certainly would have boarded that flight to Minneapolis had he remained at least outwardly healthy enough not to exhibit symptoms”. His widow started this FB page in case you want to hear her story. Her video is here.
...but wait this is suppose to be a blog about fracking…… 13 years ago pro fossil fool Oil & Gas Journal wrote about how manmade global warming and Ebola tie together….
Below is unconfirmed info claimed to have been garnered from the WHO website and tends to play down the ways of contracting Ebola….
“Human to human transmission is only achieved by physical contact with a person who is acutely and gravely ill from the Ebola virus (or their body fluids).
Transmission among humans is almost exclusively among caregiver family members, or health care workers tending to the very ill.
The virus is easily killed by contact with soap, bleach, sunlight, or drying. A washing machine will kill the virus in clothing saturated with infected body fluids.
A person can incubate the virus without symptoms for 2-21 days, the average being 5-8 days before becoming ill. THEY ARE NOT CONTAGIOUS until they are acutely ill.
Only when ill does the viral load express itself first in the blood and then in other bodily fluids (to include vomit, feces, urine, breast milk, semen and sweat).
If you are walking around you are not infectious to others.
There are documented cases from Kikwit, DRC of an Ebola outbreak in a village that had the custom of children never touching an ill adult. Children living for days in small one room huts with parents who died from Ebola did not become infected.
You cannot contract Ebola by handling money, buying local bread or swimming in a pool.
There is no medical reason to stop flights, close borders, restrict travel or close embassies, businesses or schools.
As always practice good hand washing techniques, but you will not contract Ebola if you do not touch a dying person.”