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Thanks! I did it on my phone and didn't see how horrendous it was.

Everyone that's already in the fight or that has promised massive support. All that really needs to be done is for the people or organizations that have the means to speak to the manufactures. The tents merely need to be bought/transported and the clothing needs a full body redesign so that only a part of the face is showing.

The links to both companies are under the videos.

I merely meant that both are through fluid exchange. Do you have a source that 1000+ people being monitored? I wad unaware of such a high number. People sure are talking very definitively about what they know about it, how it's spread, how contagious it is. They seem to be confident from the previous outbreak of ebola and the nearly year they've been fighting it now. I always dislike it when people put themselves and their neighbors in a situation and ask "who will fix this? How will we stop this? Who will help us?" I am not helpless. You are not helpless. We will be fine.

I think that the amount of resources that have been spent because of the first case come from a mistake made by the hospital. All of our other procedures are fine. I feel that people are over reacting simply because they're scared. You catch ebola the same way you do HIV yet people are wearing full body hazmat suits.