EBola Attack steadily moving towards conquering the world

EbolaMoved into Liberia, where more than 2,000 people have been diagnosed, “the number of new cases is more faster than the capacity to manage, according to a press release by the WHO “.

A therapy centre, created to manage 30 patients more than 70 had a treatment required, as soon as the statement said opened. It takes about 200-250 medical staff sure 70 patients of Ebola, manage the staff said.

The health workers were extremely hard hit by the fast-moving epidemic with more than 240 throughout the region. There were almost no doctors in Liberia, population 4.4 million, when the series began, then “any infection or death of a doctor or nurse responsiveness significantly depleted” according to the WHO release.

People came close to home at the end of May, she said, because “it was shown that the epidemic is slowing and unquestionably down.” But, “once we got back, i.e. if there was a resurgence of cases.” Most cases occurred in a corner of Guinea, which borders with Liberia and Sierra Leone, where you can easily pass the disease among the three countries.

CDC started sending people to West Africa in June and sends about 90 since July, said another 500 employees against the epidemic, with one of their tables. But it was not enough to bring the Ebola under control.

“This epidemic of home was the importance of safety on global health policy,” she said. “A weak health infrastructure in one corner of the world can actually have repercussions around the world.”

People came close to home at the end of May, she said, because “it was shown that the epidemic is slowing and unquestionably down.” But, “once we got back, i.e. If there was a resurgence of cases.” Most cases occurred in a corner of Guinea, which borders with Liberia and Sierra Leone, where you can easily pass the disease among the three countries.

CDC started sending people to West Africa in June and sends about 90 since July, said another 500 employees against the epidemic, with Ebola symptomsone of their tables. But it was not enough to bring the Ebola under control.

“This epidemic of home were the importance of safety on global health policy,” she said. “A weak health infrastructure in one corner of the world can actually have repercussions around the world.”

This can be the first outbreak of Ebola, vaccines and medicines, which can be countered quickly ready for human trials. WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said Friday that two vaccines may are available for widespread use by the end of the year available. Also as quickly and safely as possible be developed, she said five to ten drugs.

Gary Kobinger, a microbiologist from the National Microbiology Laboratory, from Canada, in Winnipeg, said he expected that drugs and vaccines allow this Ebola epidemic last big. In the future, said at a press conference, “We have options for adding all the tools we already have.”

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