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Ebola Crisis

Ebola is a rare and deadly disease caused by infection with one of the Ebola virus strains. The initial symptoms can include a sudden fever, intense weakness, muscle pain, and a sore throat. That is just the beginning of the symptoms, in some stages, you will vomit, have diarrhea, and may have both internal and external bleeding. Ebola will not spread from someone who does not have a fever or some other symptom. Symptoms usually occur ten days after infection. The sicker people get, the more contiguous people get. Ebola spreads from human contact. The virus can also spread through bodily fluids after the patient dies. Body fluids as in any fluid that comes from the body. Everyone should know that Ebola is not that contagious.

In 1976 it was first discovered in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since then it has affected counties more east, such as Uganda and Sudan. The first outbreak of Ebola infected two hundred and eighty-four people. It’s when people have been leaving the United States and coming back, they have brought it back this disease. In Africa, fruit bats are supposedly to be the natural hosts of the Ebola virus. Vaccines may be coming out for Ebola, the world may be in luck.

A CDC whistleblower exposed Ebola vaccinations containing RFID chips. CDC officials plan to send syringe packages to over 200,000 households by December 1st. People can also get this vaccine at their local drug store. People who don’t want to get this vaccination can face prison time, cannot go in some public places and may lose their job. What the government is trying to accomplish is to encapture people below a certain tax bracket by giving them the Ebola vaccination.