Who And Ebola Virus Disease

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  1. Pragmatist

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    https://www.who.int/news-room/detai...sease-in-the-democratic-republic-of-the-congo

    The above provides reader with a near-comprehensive overview of the subject situation.

    The article's "challenges around community acceptance and security ............ The response continues to be hampered by a lack of adequate funded and strained human resources." is applicable to areas outside Africa. I just don't want to be an alarmist.

    If you think the statement "cross border screening" does not relate to you personally, I will provide a class on germ theory and and mass infection control. Meanwhile, while I prep my notes, ... where is Yuma, DR Congo ? or is it in Uganda ?

    To your list of worries, add: "WHO's Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE)".

    I'm still doing research on who purchased the white tent and vehicle. My research narrowed it down to:
    - Equatorial Guinea
    - Bangladesh
    - Venezuela
    - Timor

    This link provides the environment we must think about for our areas: "challenges around community acceptance and security".
     
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    I've got nasty feeling about Ebola. I can see it growing into an epidemic and moving from Uganda to Kenya and then from Kenya to the UK. I read a news bulletin earlier that said it could not become a pandemic and would not reach the UK, but I feel that a denial often suggests that there is a likelihood.
     
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    Good afternoon Brownbear,

    I agree with you.

    A / the main reason a pandemic was NOT declared...maybe a good internal decision for DR Congo and Uganda...was because the declaration stops all international flights, water traffic and overall external business activity.

    Still, a human can be a vector - a carrier - of the dread virus and other countries don't have the best of border controls. I am not naming any specific nations; just mentioning with or without a declaration, the Ebola virus can spread.
     
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    Exactly Pragamtist. In Europe one should always be mindful that the "BlackDeath" (a combination of both bubonic and pneumonic plagues) travelled to Europe from Asia with merchants and traders.
     
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