It was only a matter of time, but it didn't take that long. With Millions soon to be stricken with ebola in West Africa it will be impossible to prevent it from spreading worldwide.
1 is too many but there were more than 1. MSF doctors as well as the early infections of American charity physicians who were taking full barrier precautions. (Foreign doctors).How many is "so many"? Do you have a source for this information?
i am not criticizing them. i would have handled the presser the same way. I suppose CDC guy is just thanking his lucky stars that the journalists there did not ask the key questions about the infection of so many barrier protected doctors and medical staff and how that happened.Oh yes - the sinister CDC - offering useful information during a public health crisis in a prudent way designed to reduce panic.
Exactly the kind of thing you'd expect from a concerned group of health care professionals dedicating their lives to safeguarding public health!
The bastards are up to something you can see it in their cold, beady little scientist eyes!!
No, You're Not Entitled To Your OpinionIMO,the virus has mutated to make this possible, perhaps by not producing symptoms in a person yet allowing them to be infectious for a longer period before they receive a diagnosis that they are infected.
It is my opinion and I am entitled to it, so there.
Why a Massive International Effort Has Failed to Contain the Ebola Epidemic | Vanity FairSomething the CDC seemed to gloss over and avoid: the reason why so many health care practitioners in WEst Africa are being infected, even while using barrier protection (masks gloves, suits etc).