#23138
Jay
Jay
Survivalist
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Lots of cases go unreported. There are even these so called shadow zones where hostile people prevent doctors and medical staff to enter areas or towns with Ebola cases. This is a huge mess over there but as long as there arent reported cases nearby Im not overly worried and just follow it very closely for the lessons we can learn from this.

I would love to get some information from people within the quarantined west point slum in Monrovia. What they experience there is pretty crazy and another extreme survival scenario some people might find themselves in in the future… Herded together and locked up by military along with thousands of others.

Ebola takes 2 to 21 days to break out once you are infected, the next 4 weeks might become pretty extreme. People who want to get out of the slum could simply throw infected feces or similar at the military guys. Thats the poor mans biological warfare…

Alea iacta est ("The die has been cast")