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Ebola Tents are turning away people who are sick. That's not just sad, it's super disasterous. The taxi's, the relatives, all the people they will encounter after leaving the medical station that is overwhelmed. Simple Idea but Geez - Have another

Ebola Tents are turning away people who are sick. That's not just sad, it's super disasterous. The taxi's, the relatives, all the people they will encounter after leaving the medical station that is overwhelmed. Simple Idea but Geez - Have another

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I just read the details of US military forces going to build Ebola centers. Why not just use local hotels?

You can't build Ebola centers fast enough, but millions of rooms exist in West Africa.

Before the next outbreak, agreements with hotels s

I just read the details of US military forces going to build Ebola centers. Why not just use local hotels? You can't build Ebola centers fast enough, but millions of rooms exist in West Africa. Before the next outbreak, agreements with hotels s

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Chris commented on Hotels for Hospitals

Wp: "The Doctors Without Borders center in Paynesville, on the outskirts of Monrovia, has 160 beds and is scheduled to add 25 on Monday. It needs 1,200 — and a corresponding increase in staff — to cope with the epidemic, said Sophie-Jane Madden, a "

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Chris commented on Hotels for Hospitals

From washing post: "“They sent us here for a checkup,” her boyfriend, Moses Sackie, said outside the facility run by the aid group Doctors Without Borders. “Now they are telling us to wait for three days.”

With each day, the small group of caregivers trying to cope with the worst outbreak of Ebola on record falls further and further behind as the pace of the virus’s transmission rapidly accelerates. Health facilities are full, and an increasing number of infected people are being turned away, left to fend for themselves."

Why aern't they going to a specialized hotel? Because noone has organized or paid for one.

Oh, this is a good one. I read it takes 6 minutes to take off the gear. This might make it 8 or 10, but worth it. Cheap and scales well.