And the Ebola keeps on Ebolaing...

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Maybe it needs to affect the United states in order for the drug companies to find a cure... and I certainly wouldn't mind losing a few Texans. Obviously my preference would be Arkansas or Alabama, but Texas will do in a pinch.
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@ The Add Jay:

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Lock them in. You go with them to help. Close all borders.

Does that mean I'm racist???? Okay, do it anyway.

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A quick Google search supports the notion that the spread of Ebola is regulated at least in part by hygiene - it transfers on direct body contact, and hand washing makes at least some difference. The doomsayers are predicting it won't be long until it hits the Kingdom, and my thought is this... someone made the comment elsewhere about working girls who are unable to do a full body wash as regularly as an expat might. Surely, this escalates the transmission risk exponentially. Please, guys, if you play, play safe. Be careful out there.
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Unlike in Spain, Dallas Ebola patient's dog will be saved.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2014 ... /17159727/

What does this mean? :?:
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YourMother wrote:Unlike in Spain, Dallas Ebola patient's dog will be saved.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2014 ... /17159727/

What does this mean? :?:
Means the dog has more rights then the american tax payer.
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But, I mean ... can it sell its story? Tax payer? What's that? Americans gonna shoot it with all those guns man.

Rights? What's that?

Man, this forum is complicated.
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Here's an interactive map that shows global disease outbreaks (including Ebola) & fatalities since 541: https://www.buddyloans.com/blog/deadliest-outbreaks/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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On cnn just now.
the texas hospital had zero protocols in place.
WHO says 10,000 new case per week by december.
CDC still advises use of level 2 ppe, though they only use level 4 ppe in lan conditions themselves.
the texas hospital did not even use level 2 protocols and ppe.
the duncan family must be infected.
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2nd healthcare woker tests positive in texas
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I know I posted it somewhere before, but does nobody understand the incubation period is 2 to 21 days. That is dormancy. Temperature checks in NY and others? Huh? 21 days.

Second nurse?

How about all the school kids he hugged and smooched on? We still have 10 days, right? RIGHT?
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