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How British aid is helping Sierra Leone’s Ebola struggle I Channel 4 News | Ebola Videos

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The number of Ebola cases is still rising – up by 200 since Friday – and it’s spreading fastest in Sierra Leone. Alex Thomson looks at the British aid effort…


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demonorse says:

So, bulldozing the jungle is a good thing?

deborah michelle says:

It seems the real ground videos have disappeared, now we watch what our
money is buying. It’s a good thing but I want to hear from the people. Are
they seeing a difference? Are they getting medical attention?

Slim Jim says:

It seems to me that ebola will become manageable within the next few months
( fingers crossed ) but all these African countries are hopeless at looking
after themselves. Since colonial rule these African countries have just
declined ,hardly any of them can manage themselves properly.Also I feel
sorry for the marines , why should they risk there lives working with the
locals.

alz123alz says:

BRITISH LABORATORY
U.S.ARMY, CAN YOU TEST THE CONTAMINATED MUDDY WATERS FOR THE EBOLA VIRUS

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COURAGE AND HARD WORK. TO HELP PROTECT YOUR SELVES, CAN
YOU HAVE RANDOM TESTS DONE ON THE MUDDY, CONTAMINATED WATER THAT RUNS
THROUGH THE SLUM ALLEYS OF MONROVIA AND SIERRA LEONE FOR THE PRESENCE OF
THE EBOLA VIRUS WHERE CHILDREN PLAY.

THESE WATERS ARE CONTAMINATED FROM BODY FLUIDS AND WASTE FROM PEOPLE SICK
FROM EBOLA. ONE DROP OF EBOLA BLOOD CAN CONTAIN TEN MILLION EBOLA VIRUSES.
PEOPLE GET INFECTED FROM WEARING FLIP FLOPS, SANDALS OR BE BAREFEET AROUND
MUDDY WATERS IN CONTAMINATE STREETS

Viruses present in water[edit] Wikipedia

Sewage contaminated water contains many viruses, over one hundred species
are reported and can lead to diseases that affect human beings. For example
hepatitis, gastroenteritis, meningitis, fever, rash, and conjunctivitis can
all be spread through contaminated water. More viruses are being discovered
in water because of new detection and characterization methods, although
only some of these viruses are human pathogens.[4]

PARENTS YOU SHOULD KEEP YOUR CHILDREN OUT OF MUDDY WATER IN SIERRA LEONE
AND LIBERIA UNTIL IT IS TESTED FOR THE EBOLA VIRUS.

THE NEIGHBORHOODS AND VILLAGES, BOTH REMOTE AND URBAN STILL
HAVE A SEVERE SHORTAGE OF CLOROX BLEACH AND BOTTLED WATER. Can You meet
this urgency.

R.E.T.H.A. REMOVING AND ERADICATING EBOLA THROUGH HOLISTIC APPLICATIONS

THANK YOU VERY MUCH. MAY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU AND KEEP YOU SAFE

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