Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Texas Nurse Catches Ebola

A Texas nurse who cared for the Ebola patient has came down with the Ebola virus. If a nurse who is wearing protective gear catches Ebola, what does it say to the rest of the population? They say it isn't a threat, but think about public restrooms, any public door and let's not forget restaurant menus. Fecal matter can be found in any of those places.

Initially, the CDC tried to blame the nurse, claiming she didn't follow the proper procedures, but since then they have retracted their statement.

I think the best way to fight Ebola from becoming a medical crisis in the United States is for the government to be completely honest with the American people on the dangers of Ebola and what we can do to protect ourselves from Ebola. Educating people is the best preventative measure that the CDC can take to prevent an outbreak of Ebola in the United States.

Now there is another possible case of Ebola in Kansas. There is an dormant period of 2-21 days, as the days pass since we have first heard of the first Ebola case in the United States, more cases of Ebola will come out. 

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