Almost Half of US Citizens Do Not Want to Take International Flights Because of EBOLA


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According to RT, a new poll suggests that almost half of US citizens do not want to take International flights for fear of contracting EBOLA.

Even though Ebola seems to spreading fast across the world from Africa, the panic and fear lead the spread—sending shocks to those who are even far from Africa.

Actually, the various media houses have made things worse, giving Ebola outbreak more than the necessary coverage, full of misconception—causing panic among ordinary citizens.

And trust the US to lead in the causing of fear and panic, as well as ignorance—as about 45% of citizens have said they do not want to take International flights because of EBOLA.

Currently the first US nurse-Nima Pham who contracted EBOLA in Texas Hospital after treating Thomas Duncan who sadly died is reported to be recovering—as footage of her (above) has emerged, showing her progress.

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  1. I won’t necessarily call that ignorance. There are a LOT of questions left unanswered by the CDC. It doesn’t seem they even understand this strain of the virus and that is adding to the confusion. I watched the CDC chief blab and weave around questions regarding mode of spread. He just went about stating that it won’t go airborne. However there are 3 strains of Ebola and there is a possibility a strain can mutate AND go airborne. Even the 21 day incubation period has been refuted. So its best practice to cut travel if possible to avoid further contamination. Yes, media will drum and milk the situation but you have to also realize that is the means half of the populace get their information. Whether its exaggerated or not, it is only prudent to take precaution. At least when you contract it and you are far away from better treatment facilities you will surely die cos no God will save you from that.

  2. I won’t necessarily call that ignorance. There are a LOT of questions left unanswered by the CDC. It doesn’t seem they even understand this strain of the virus and that is adding to the confusion. I watched the CDC chief blab and weave around questions regarding mode of spread. He just went about stating that it won’t go airborne. However there are 3 strains of Ebola and there is a possibility a strain can mutate AND go airborne. Even the 21 day incubation period has been refuted. So its best practice to cut travel if possible to avoid further contamination. Yes, media will drum and milk the situation but you have to also realize that is the means half of the populace get their information. Whether its exaggerated or not, it is only prudent to take precaution. At least when you contract it and you are far away from better treatment facilities you will surely die cos no God will save you from that.