Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by Mr Curious » Fri Oct 10, 2014 10:47 am

it's not airborne. you gotta be in contact, most who get it are care giving relatives. So um, don't feed an ebola patient, then use the spoon, sleep with them, wash them, wipe their nose or let em sneeze in yer face and I think you won't have to worry so much. :*
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Post by OrangeDragon » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:11 am

General Mackevili wrote:Any updates on people he might have infected in the States?
At this point, only one person has contracted it... a hospital worker who was exposed to him "extensively". All others are being evaluated constantly. They managed to get her the moment she developed a fever though, with only 1 contact from the point she became contagious who is also being monitored.

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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by OrangeDragon » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:16 am

The Add Jay wrote:on behalf of Americans with a Brain. Sorry he died but he should have never been allowed in the country in the first place...america just like australia is blessed with 2 oceans away from 3rd world shit. But....ya knowww...Cant have that...its not diverse enough.,its unjust.
Americans with a Brain: Banning flight travel from those countries (as we wasn't symptomatic when he arrived so couldn't be detected) will result in no one willing to go there and work to fix the problem. Unchecked the problem will get even worse, and be much more likely to spread to even MORE areas by people fleeing the country (illegally if everyone 'locks them in') in a panic. As it spreads more and has been left unchecked, the changes of it mutating into worse variants is higher... potentially even airborne or contagious before symptoms appear. Which would be devastating.

That all puts America at an even GREATER risk...

Way to you your brain. You shouldn't confuse bigotry with brains.
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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by Soi Dog » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:27 am

By all means, let's let anyone travel anywhere they want, even if they are coming from a region with a deadly and highly contagious disease. Otherwise, it's obviously racism and bigotry, right? Let's let possibly infected people come to the US out of some nonsensical idea of righteousness. Let's let US taxpayers bear the burden of their medical treatments.

Bigotry, my ass. Banning travel for people coming from or originating from countries where the epidemic is rife is just common sense. That would be equally true if those people were Canadians or Irish, so don't play the racism card here.
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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by frank lee bent » Mon Oct 13, 2014 11:10 am

Ban flights, but too late now.
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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by The Add Jay » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:21 pm

OrangeDragon wrote:
The Add Jay wrote:on behalf of Americans with a Brain. Sorry he died but he should have never been allowed in the country in the first place...america just like australia is blessed with 2 oceans away from 3rd world shit. But....ya knowww...Cant have that...its not diverse enough.,its unjust.
Americans with a Brain: Banning flight travel from those countries (as we wasn't symptomatic when he arrived so couldn't be detected) will result in no one willing to go there and work to fix the problem. Unchecked the problem will get even worse, and be much more likely to spread to even MORE areas by people fleeing the country (illegally if everyone 'locks them in') in a panic. As it spreads more and has been left unchecked, the changes of it mutating into worse variants is higher... potentially even airborne or contagious before symptoms appear. Which would be devastating.

That all puts America at an even GREATER risk...

Way to you your brain. You shouldn't confuse bigotry with brains.
You are a great useful idiot for the machine. YOU GO ORANAGE. Put your talk to work. You let Ebola die in Africa not BRING IT OVERSEAS.

I think it being in America is devastating...No? Yes I'm a bigot cause I dont want people from Liberia in America at the moment. How evil LMfao
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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by YourMother » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:29 pm

That's okay. It's coming to Cambodia, if not here incubating now.

Because they eliminated Ebola in the 70's, everyone thought it was not an issue. Except they sent retards to contain it, I guess.

They had many chances to stop it. Now they take your temps in the USA. Whoopdee doo! They still have 21 days for symptoms to appear after infected. I think someone at CDC is def retarded. Or ...........

They do not want to lose money on oil and precious metals.
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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by The Add Jay » Mon Oct 13, 2014 5:05 pm

It will wreck there open borders policy. The objective is to destroy the borders in America and Europe. Then when you have people like Oranage defending the mental disorder it works in their favor.
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Post by VLayHo-ho-ho » Mon Oct 13, 2014 5:44 pm

Your input doesn't help anything.
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Re: Texas Ebola Patient Has Died

Post by VLayHo-ho-ho » Thu Oct 16, 2014 10:36 pm

The Nurse who treated Mr. Duncan is now being treated in Atlanta for Ebola
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