Sunday, July 6, 2014
By Paul Martin

Melissa Melton
The Daily Sheeple
July 6th, 2014

The World Health Organization (WHO) has not only declared that the Ebola outbreak currently ravaging West Africa is “totally out of control,” but now the organization has officially declared it to be “one of the most challenging Ebola outbreaks ever.”

That’s ever, as in “in the history of time since the WHO has recorded it”.

Check out this list of recorded Ebola outbreaks. What’s happening now is the deadliest one.

The death toll is now at 467, with nearly 800 people infected throughout Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. The WHO points to faith in faith healers, the fact that these areas are so densely populated, and cross-border transmission as the three main reasons the outbreak continues to worsen by the minute.

A WHO press release stated, “Containment of this outbreak requires a strong response in the countries and especially along their shared border areas.” Yes, a strong response, especially at shared border areas. This is EBOLA, after all. Deadly in 90% of people infected with it. Not something to deal with lightly.

Cross-border transmission seems to be one of those three areas where Ebola could be dealt with immediately. Not being a medical professional myself but just using the most basic common sense available to humans in any form, first thing I’d go with is stopping flights and shutting down borders to restrict travel and quarantine the virus as much as possible.

So what is that “strong response” the WHO came up with? Let’s look at the follow-up sentence in the agency’s press release: “As one of the response elements, WHO is organizing a high-level meeting for the Ministers of Health in the sub-region…”

The Rest…HERE

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