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The Ebola And Other Deadly Diseases Thread
 
# 1 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 13:06
 
 
With the number of death on the increase and reports of people catching the disease getting closer to home every day, how scared are you?
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# 2 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 13:08
 
 
Please be advised the use of the word deadly in the thread title means fatal not fantastic.
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# 3 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 13:10
 
 
Very! I've scribbled off Liberia as a possible Christmas market city break option for the time being.
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# 4 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 13:37
 
 
It is getting a bit scary now with the first European cases cropping up.
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# 5 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 13:44
 
 
Very. The Common Travel Area should be revisited. Global epidemics are spread by travel. That's what happened with the Black Death too.
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# 6 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 15:04
 
 
Someone beside me on the train is coughing. Should I panic?
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# 7 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 15:07
 
 
Only if they are black.
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# 8 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 15:32
 
 
I am terrified of getting a disease like Ebola, I would say it is an awful death. Having said that it isn't that likely.

It is funny how people panic about contagious diseases, yet they ignore warnings about the very real threat of say heart disease or obesity related cancers.
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# 9 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 16:55
 
 
Its embedded in Africa - doubt it will be a major problem here
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# 10 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 20:48
 
 
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# 11 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 21:44
 
 
They expect the first Ebola patients in London and Paris soon.
Can you imagine our overcrowded hospital system and an Ebola patient?
It would take 14 hours for them to get to see a dr, how many people might they have infected in the meantime?
And then if they were diagnosed? The system can't cope with vomiting bug, how could it cope with Ebola?


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# 12 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 21:48
 
 
It doesn't spread like the flu though, you have to physically come into contact with their fluids. Plus I don't think our health systems are as bad as West Africa.
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# 13 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 21:50
 
 
Our hospitals close with vomiting bug... How do you think that is spread?
Basic lack of hygiene
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# 14 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 22:16
 
 
Hair cancer
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# 15 : Friday 10-10-2014 @ 22:21
 
 
Someone said :
Our hospitals close with vomiting bug... How do you think that is spread?
Basic lack of hygiene

It's airbourne?
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