This is a so called Clinic were Patients are Kept
According circa, A mob of young men armed with clubs raided an Ebola clinic in Monrovia, stealing bedsheets and claiming that the virus is a government hoax to get money. Nurses and at least 17 of the clinic’s 29 patients fled the quarantined area which had been set up in a high school.
Health officials are concerned that blood-stained bedsheets stolen from the clinic could pose an infection risk. The 17 missing patients are loose in a poor township of more than 60,000 Liberians.
News coming to me from Liberia is that they detain people in the Isolation centre once you have fever or vomit for any reason, which could be MALARIA. You will be pushed in the Isolation Centre to die without any formal test. The bad news is that people are now mixed up with already tested EBOLA victims, exposing them to the VIRUS if they never had it. 3 Pregnant women were recorded to have died in LIBERIA because hospitals shut their doors. One of the women died in a Taxi she boarded on her way to the hospital, she couldn’t gain access, got exhausted, then died. The driver had to flee for his life and the baby in her tummy suffocated!!!
What was the woman’s crime? Her only crime is being pregnant during EBOLA Outbreak in Liberia, she wasn’t even infected, but because she was in long hours labour without proper medical car, she died.
Can you believe that the experimental drug for Ebola has been available since 2012 in CANADA? I wrote an article in April this year about how our Government won’t take this illness seriously until it turns into something else. And yes my honest self has said it the way it is playing out now. You can come back to Click on this LINK and read it later.
In the meantime here is what I found in my RESEARCH Below:
Monkeys infected with Ebola have been cured by a cocktail of three antibodies first administered 24 hours or more after exposure. The result raises hopes that a future treatment could improve the chances of humans surviving the disease caused by the deadly virus, which kills up to 90% of infected people and could potentially be used as a biological weapon. Most treatment regimes tested to date only improve chances of survival if administered within one hour of infection.
Researchers based at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Canada, administered an antibody cocktail named ZMAb to cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) infected with the Zaire virus — the deadliest strain of Ebola, prevalent in African countries including the Democratic Republic of Congo and Gabon. All four of the monkeys that began the three-dose treatment regime within 24 hours of being infected survived. Two of four monkeys given the cocktail from 48 hours of infection also lived. A monkey that was not treated died within five days of infection.