EBOLA VIRUS OUTBREAK: A Canadian Man in Hospital With Ebola-Like Virus, Canada Has Practiced For This Event (Video), Ebola Kills Over 50 in Guinea, Virus Spreads To Liberia And Other Headline Summaries. Is An “Outbreak” Scenario About To Happen?

Posted: March 25, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEOS: Breaking News: A Canadian man is in  isolation at a Canadian hospital with symptoms of a hemorrhagic fever resembling the Ebola Virus. The outbreak started in Guinea and has spread to Liberia. The Canadian Man was visiting Liberia and may have contacted the virus in that region. The outbreak of the Ebola Virus  in Guinea is believe to be the  Zaire strain and is  the most lethal of all Ebola Viruses that  “raises the already high level of concern”. The virus in Canada could just be an isolated incident and the fear of this contagious virus spreading has been quarantined. Oddly enough Canada has prepared for this type of situation. Check out the video below when they trained for this event in 2009. Could it just be coincidence or have they been preparing all along.


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BBC: A man is in hospital in Canada with symptoms of a haemorrhagic fever resembling the Ebola virus, a health official has said.

The man had recently returned from Liberia in the west African region, currently suffering a deadly outbreak of an unidentified haemorrhagic fever.

He is in isolation in critical condition in Saskatoon, the largest city in Saskatchewan province.

A provincial medical official said there was no risk to the public.

Dr Denise Werker, the province’s deputy chief medical officer, declined to say how long the man had been in Africa but said he only fell ill after returning to Canada.

She said that was in line with the profile of common deadly haemorrhagic fever viruses Lassa fever and Ebola, which have an incubation period of up to 21 days READ MORE: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-26726745


YAHOO NEWS: Health officials in Guinea battled to contain west Africa’s first outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus as neighbouring Liberia reported its first suspected victims and a traveller returning to Canada was hospitalised with suspicious symptoms.

At least 59 people are known to have died in Guinea’s southern forests and there are six suspected cases in Liberia which, if confirmed, would mark the first spread of the highly contagious pathogen into another country.

And there are fears the virus may have crossed continents, with a man returning to Canada from Liberia seriously ill in hospital after experiencing symptoms consistent with the virus, health officials said READ MORE: http://news.yahoo.com/possible-ebola-case-canada-health-official-232704327.html;_ylt=AwrTWVVE5DBTXysA2H7QtDMD



DAILY MAIL ONLINE:  At least 59 people have died in Guinea following the outbreak of deadly flesh-eating virus Ebola.

The first cases of the haemorrhagic fever were spotted late last month.

With no known cure or vaccine, health ministers have warned people to stay inside while they try to stop it spreading.

Ebola was first spotted in Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo, where Medicins Sans Frontieres workers pictured are pictured at an isolation unit. They are now stepping up units and work force in Guinea

Symptoms include internal and external bleeding, vomiting and diarrhoea.

It is spread by personal contact and kills 25-90 per cent of those infected.

‘In Guinea, a country with a weak medical infrastructure, an outbreak like this can be devastating,’ the Unicef representative in Guinea, Dr. Mohamed Ag Ayoya, said in a statement READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2587320/New-outbreak-deadly-flesh-eating-Ebola-virus-killed-59-people-Guinea-according-Unicef.html#ixzz2wvLbtiG4  



BLOOMBERG: Africa’s biggest Ebola outbreak in seven years has probably spread from Guinea to neighboring Liberia and also threatens Sierra Leone.

Five people are suspected to have died from the disease in Lofa county in northern Liberia, Bernice Dahn, Liberia’s chief medical officer, said at a briefing today. At least 86 cases and 59 deaths have been recorded across Guinea, the west African country’s health ministry said today. The capital, Conakry, hasn’t been affected, government spokesman Albert Damantang Camara said, after the United Nations Children’s Fund said the outbreak had spread there.

“The forest region where Unicef delivered the emergency assistance on Saturday is located along the border with Sierra Leone and Liberia with many people doing business and moving between the three countries,” said Laurent Duvillier, a Unicef spokesman, in an e-mail today READ MORE: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-23/ebola-spreads-to-guinea-capital-conakry-with-at-least-59-deaths.html



REUTERS: Scientists tackling an outbreak of Ebola in Guinea believe they have identified the virus as the Zaire strain, the most lethal of all that “raises the already high level of concern”, according to France’s Institut Pasteur.

At least 59 people have died after contracting a mystery illness in southeastern Guinea since early February. Six cases have been confirmed as Ebola, a haemorrhagic fever with a fatality rate of as high as 90 percent.

None of the suspected cases in the capital Conakry have tested positive. However, the deaths are the first confirmed from Ebola in West Africa and a suspected case reported in neighbouring Sierra Leone has raised fears the disease may spread into other nations with weak health systems READ MORE: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/24/us-guinea-ebola-idUSBREA2L0MI20140324


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