Here’s How Easily an Epidemic Like Ebola Can Turn Into a Pandemic

Saturday, May 27, 2017
By Paul Martin

MAY 27, 2017

Remember the soothing words of the World Health Organization about the Ebola outbreak in the Congo?

Don’t worry, they said. It’s in a remote village that doesn’t even have real roads, they said.

Except, the problem is, now people are fleeing from that village in fear of the virus.

KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo – Ebola drove Kevin Balenge, his wife and three children to get to this capital city as fast as they could to try to outrun a suspected new outbreak.

“We can’t stay here because there are no hospitals, and once you get the virus you simply die,” said Balenge, from Bas-Uele province in the north of the country, about 51 hours away from Kinshasa.

“Residents are still not aware of the virus and they do not know the precautions (to take),” he added. “Very many people are going to die here.”

“Staying here is like trying to play with death,” he said. “Ebola gives no second chance and I can’t risk it. If I can save myself, I will try to do so.” (source)

Now, we don’t know if this family of five has been infected or not, but the spread through Lakiti has increased exponentially. Let’s think about this.

They traveled for 51 hours.

They clearly made stops along the way in public places like gas stations, restaurants, maybe motels. They would have paid for the products and services, giving money to people who would, in turn, be in physical contact with other travelers.

Now the family is in the capital, where the population is 10.12 million people.

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One Response to “Here’s How Easily an Epidemic Like Ebola Can Turn Into a Pandemic”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    It’s a fake controlled “pandemic.” As soon as Obama got “an Ebola Czar,” it mysteriously stopped ! Remember ? Sheeple … re-boot the south and stop being stupid.

    Leagueofthesouth and Vdare


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