Ebola CDC Rally


As of Sept. 6, there have been 4,293 cases have been recorded in five West African nations. As of September 10, 2014 the data reveal 2046 Ebola cases in Liberia with 1224 deaths, 1361 cases in Sierra Leone with 509 deaths, 862 cases in Guinea with 555 deaths, 62 cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with 35 deaths and 21 cases in Nigeria with 8 deaths and 1 case in Senegal. But the WHO is having trouble compiling data on cases, especially in the nation of Liberia, which health officials say is the worst affected country. The U.N. health organization said they expect thousands of new cases in Liberia in the next three weeks.”

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) there has been no indication of any down-turn in the epidemic in the three countries that have widespread and intense transmission (Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone), with a surge in new cases in Liberia a particular cause for concern. Transmission is continuing in urban areas, with the surge in Liberia being driven primarily by a sharp increase in the number of cases reported in the capital, Monrovia. In a recent CDC report Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million Within Four Months. If this is the case that Ebola is increasing as a Geometric progression and the world need tp tackle this world crisis with unflinching tenacity. The Ebola epidemic has become a exponentially. Today at the CDC rally in Atlanta Georgia Our seeds Tomorrow Executive Director Mr. Dazia Fumbah called on CDC, FDA and NH to address the Ebola crisis with an unflinching tenacity. It’s a call of solidarity to the international community

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