Judging from recent news, it seems hopeful that Ebola is being contained in the United States despite the fourth confirmed case reported in New York very recently.
There are, however, inconsistencies and cover ups that are not being reported in the media but which many local doctors, nurses and everyday citizens are seeing first hand in different parts of the nation.
Before you read further, I’d like to reemphasize that it’s not my intention to create fear or panic regarding Ebola. My intention is to inform you about what is not being reported in mainstream news, despite what the authorities and certain news anchors are telling us.
I’m a researcher, and I report on the things I hear or read from insiders and experts. I’m not an expert on Ebola, nor do I claim to be one. As much as possible, I will always mention where I get my information from.
First, some good news
Nina Pham and Amber Vinson, the first two (official) Dallas nurses infected with Ebola within the United States, along with Teresa Romero, the first infected nurse in Spain, have now been declared free of the virus after being quarantined for less than 21 days (emphasis added – please read below).
Their recoveries are very encouraging, as it shows how early detection and treatment of symptoms, as well as proper rehydration of all fluids that were lost are key factors in winning the battle against a virus presently with no known cure or vaccine. It gives the immune systems of those infected enough time to overcome the virus.
Even Nina Pham’s dog, suspected of being infected, has also tested negative for the virus. This is good news, as you will read shortly.
What’s not being reported in the news
First, the CDC says there is no evidence that pets can spread the virus to other people or pets. But experiments done by Canadian scientists in 2012 have shown that Ebola could be transmitted by air between different species. In particular, they found out that pigs were able to infect monkeys with Ebola without any direct contact. You can check that article here.
Does this hint of a mutated strain of Ebola that may possibly be airborne?
Second, a very recent study by Professor Charles Haas, PhD. published on October 14, 2014 for the Public Library of Science (PLOS) “suggests that a quarantine period of 21 days might not be a long enough quarantine period for those who have been exposed to the Ebola virus (Source).”
According to professor Haas, an environmental engineer who models human risks of illness at Drexel University, as many as one in eight people who get Ebola don’t get sick until after 21 days (Source).
Many doctors, experts and even government officials in the United States and other countries are now calling for a quarantine period of 42 days instead. Interestingly, Nigeria was declared as Ebola-free only after 42 days of no new confirmed cases being reported.
In response to this published research, the CDC said this: “CDC doesn’t comment on other research. CDC reports based on their findings. The recommended 21 days incubation time is based on their own research (Source).”
Is it possible that those individuals earlier suspected to be infected with Ebola in the United States may have been released from quarantine too early before manifesting symptoms?
Cover-up? Patients being “disappeared” to prevent panic
As of October 23, 2014, Alex Jones and his team from Infowars interviewed a doctor by the name of James Lawrenzi, who revealed that health authorities are covering up Ebola cases in the United States.
Patients coming in different hospitals, notably in Dallas and Kansas City, Missouri, most of who are coming from Africa and have the tell-tale symptoms of Ebola such as high fever and bleeding in all orifices, who need to be confined in ICU’s and not allowed to leave, are suddenly disappearing the next day and are nowhere to be found (Source).
Doctors, nurses and staff who had been in contact with these patients the day before have been told that they either had malaria or typhoid, and these patients had voluntarily left the hospitals even when they weren’t allowed to.
According to Dr. Lawrenzi, these patients are disappearing and no one knows where they’re being taken.
Not only is the exact same thing being reported by multiple medical doctors, in at least two separate cities (Dallas and Kansas), the same is also being reported by multiple border patrol officers and former members of the border patrol, according to Alex Jones.
Banned from saying “Ebola”
Dr. Lawrenzi said that this may be the CDC’s attempt to prevent hysteria. Staff and health workers at his own clinic, as well as public servants such as police officers and firemen in New York, are being told not to use the word “ebola” or reveal any information about possible Ebola cases at the risk of losing their jobs. Instead, emergency responders must use certain codes when communicating.
Dr. Lawrenzi also revealed that protective gear and Hazmat suits from local hospitals are being confiscated without being replaced. He said the CDC did not want the public to see medical personnel wearing protective gear in order not to create fear or panic.
Could there be more cases of Ebola in the United States than what is being reported in mainstream news?
I’m not in a position to give definite answers to these three questions. I’m just basing what I have written on the information which I received from the different insider sources I’ve mentioned. I encourage you, the readers, to do your own research and due diligence, and continue to seek the truth behind what is being reported in mainstream media.