I really HOPE NOT IN THE U.S, ALSO HOPE NOT IN COUNTRIES THAT ARE FRIENDS OF THE U.S. like the UK, Canada, France, Italy, Switzerland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, UAE and Mexico. Hope the U.S. and it friends CAN CONTAIN IT, or START PLANING NOW ON WHAT TO DO WHEN IT DO HAPPEN.
One got to wonder IF Nina Pham, the 26 year old Texas nurse, did not received a plasma transfusion from a doctor who beat the virus. Would she still make or it would take longer for her to make and not die from it. Would everyone need to have a plasma transfusion from
How the media sometime reports it or ask questions, no matter it MSN, CNN, CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox News and so on. Sometime it can cause an overreaction, even from people with common sense. Might make people think about maybe not go on any kind of trips for now. Whether it a cruise, where you fly from the U.S. to Italy then board the ship, going to Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disneyland, a Mexican cruise from the U.S., a cruise from the U.S. to Panama, to Canada, Las Vegas, New York, Hong Kong, China, England, anywhere in Central and South America, Amsterdam, Monte Carlo, Germany, Australia, Thailand, Taiwan, Egypt, India, Washington D.C., Florida, Boston and so on?
Causing people to think you just don't know where that stranger has been to or been in contact with before being on the same trip, you are on also, whether it a cruise or to whatever place. Like we are eating at the same place, whether it on a cruise, at Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disneyland, in Hong Kong, Taiwan, England, Holland, Chile, Monte Carlo, China and so on.
Making people's immediate family members, immediate relatives and close friends worry about a family member(s), friend(s) and relative(s) getting it from a stranger on whatever the trip is, and that they might also get it just going to the airport to pick them up when returning from the trip. And that is NOT WORTH it at all.
When flu season comes around, asking or thinking "What do I really have the Flu, common cold or really Ebola.
The way how the media sometime reports it, MIGHT make people overreact on how the CDC WHO U.N. people in the medical field and the federal government are currently handling it now, is the same as not doing anything about it or just don't know how to.
Another thing is I hope the media don't mess up people's common sense and they overact like a worry ward that has a little mental health problem of some kind. EVEN WHEN THE MEDIA DOES STRIGHT FORWARD reporting, might not help. Because it on how the CDC, WHO, and Federal Government is doing their job, and what the CDC, WHO, federal government and other countries government have to report on TV.
One might wonder IF Nina Pham, 26 year old Texas nurse did not received a plasma transfusion from a doctor who beat the virus. Would she make it or just take long to get better in other ways? Would others that do have Ebola have to get a plasma transfusion from someone who has beat the virus? Is that the best way or there are other ways to save people from Ebola?
I remember when there was the Bird Flu, as time went and what was reported on it. People started not go to San Francisco's Chinatown and Oakland's Chinatown, well people from fro next door counties. Chinese people still went, those that don't know English very well. Where you could tell they are from China and can't change after being here for 12 years or 22 years. That might have been the same back then at New York's two Chinatown.