by Dave Hodges
Saturday, June 8, 2019
A storm of monumental proportions is ready to hit the United States and endanger everyone in the country and millions in this country will never know or understand what has hit them.
How many biocontainment, Ebola-ready Level-4 beds are there in America? An extensive data base and internet search reveals that the last published figures on how many Ebola-ready Level 4 beds there are presently in America, that are designed to hold an Ebola patient, comes from data that is almost four years old. Americans need to be aware of the fact that the United States only has 19 Ebola-ready Level-4 Biocontainment beds in the entire country. The United States only has four, Level 4 biocontainment labs in the entire country. The United States is woefully under-prepared to handle even the smallest of Ebola outbreaks.
Containment Beds Or No Containment Beds, Ebola Is Coming and It’s Airborne
Did you know that 20% of the presently diagnosed Ebola cases are being discovered far away from the homes of the infected? This has major implications for transmissibility and the creation of a major pandemic.
According to a recent twitter post- -https://t.co/5VsJsD4nPF pic.twitter.com/HWGyVtzEC6 U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Del Rio Sector, they recently apprehended a large group of well over 100 illegal immigrants from Angola, Cameroon and Congo after they illegally crossed the Rio Grande River into the U.S. two days ago. This is the precise area which is seeing the most dramatic increases in Ebola reported cases. Ok, this is in Africa and we in the United States have nothing to worry about, correct? That kind of faulty thinking could start a major pandemic which could kill untold millions.
By my count, there are over 50 peer reviewed studies which demonstrate that Ebola can be transmitted through various airborne means.
Canadian researchers raised the question of airborne transmission of Ebola back in 2012. By 2015, there was clear research evidence as to the veracity of this 2012 concern. Dr Lisa Brosseau and Dr Rachael Jones, in a research article published by CIDRAP, the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, clearly state that Ebola currently has “unclear modes of transmission…We believe there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles both near and at a distance from infected patients, which means that healthcare workers should be wearing respirators, not facemasks…and the CDC’s contention that Ebola is only communicable via direct contact is inaccurate.”