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Author tracks Ebola outbreaks over decades, calls virus “Jack The Ripper” | Ebola Videos

Author tracks Ebola outbreaks over decades, calls virus “Jack The Ripper”

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Twenty years ago, Richard Preston wrote “The Hot Zone,” a non-fiction thriller about the deadly Ebola virus. He joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the epide…


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ares106 says:

Ebola the new Y2K.

sellinmcgellin says:

Gayle is so annoying, why is she even on TV she got her job because she
knows Oprah.. So awful. 

Andrew Greiff says:

As long as we have communication lines open with Africa this virus will
continue to spread. World need to unite to isolate and stop this killer
while we still can. Ebola particles can be transmitted without touching
sick person. Here is CIDRAP statement:
“We believe there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus
has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles both
near and at a distance from infected patients, which means that healthcare
workers should be wearing respirators, not facemasks.”

This is a very serious situation!!!

anca yvette gradinariu says:
Rodney B Jennings says:

Everybody acts like this is new, there have been incurable diseases for
ever.
The fact of the matter is, with all the wars, natural disasters and
diseases the
population of the world has and will continue to increase. Don’t think so,
do some
research on world population a few hundred years ago compared to today.

falconridgedesigns says:

fairly frightening

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