Ebola outbreak: call to send in military to West Africa to help curb epidemic – outbreak morphing into a nightmare

The Extinction Protocol

Ebola Military Quarantines
September 2014 AFRICA – Military teams should be sent to west Africa immediately if there is to be any hope of controlling the Ebola epidemic, doctors on the frontline told the United Nations on Tuesday, painting a stark picture of health workers dying, patients left without care and infectious bodies lying in the streets. The international president of Médecins sans Frontières (MSF), Dr. Joanne Liu, told member states that although alarm bells had been ringing for six months, the response had been too little, too late and no amount of vaccinations and new drugs would be able to prevent the escalating disaster. “In west Africa, cases and deaths continue to surge,” she said. “Riots are breaking out. Isolation centers are overwhelmed. Health workers on the frontline are becoming infected and are dying in shocking numbers. Others have fled in fear, leaving people without care for even the most…

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