African people in general people, Congolese people in particular, are treated like lab rats. Despite whatever they say, it is something I am convinced of. They already test their meds on us and continue to do so. Now they test their weapons…
[Today in History] August 21st
2012 – 20 people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo die from the Ebola virus
1944 – From August 21, 1944 through to October 7, 1944 – Dumbarton Oaks Conference or more formally, the Washington Conversations on International Peace and Security Organization, was an international conference at which the United Nations was formulated and negotiated among international leaders.
Illness With Ebola-like Symptoms Kills Several In Congo: Locals
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Democratic Republic of Congo has sent its health minister and a team of experts to the remote northern Equateur province after several people died there from a disease with Ebola-like symptoms, a local official and a professor said on Wednesday.
It was not immediately clear if there was any connection with Ebola. An epidemic of that disease has killed more than 1,200 people in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.
“An illness is spreading in Boende but we don’t know the origin,” said Michel Wangi, a spokesman for the governor’s office. “The government has sent a team of experts from the INRB(National Institute of Biomedical Research) this morning led by the health minister (Felix) Kabange Numbi and acting governor Sebastian Impeto.”
A professor accompanying the delegation in the presidential plane confirmed that they were en route this morning to find out “the exact nature of the illness that caused…
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8 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT EBOLA VIRUS
NOTE THAT THERE ARE SOME PICTURES HERE THAT MIGHT BE OFFENSIVE SO BRACE YOURSELF
1. EBOLA IS A DEADLY INFECTION
Ebola is a deadly infection that shows up between 2 and 21 days after one is infected. it damages the immune system. It damages body organs all these will happen in weeks. It mostly results in death up to 90%. Cases have been recorded in these African countries: Congo (DRC), Sudan, Gabon, cote d’ voire, Uganda, Liberia, Sierra Leone, 1 case in Nigeria.
2. EBOLA DOES NOT KILL EVERYONE THAT GETS INFECTED
Not all persons that had got infected with the disease resulted in death. There had been cases where some patients did not die as a result. Scientists do not really know why that happened, but the explanation is that their body immune system was able to fight it somehow. Know that fatality is up to 90%.
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