Thursday, November 20, 2014

Like Squeezing A Handful Of Jello


FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — The World Health Organization says the transmission of Ebola remains "intense" and widespread in Sierra Leone, even as some improvements are being seen in the two other countries worst hit by the crisis.
Nearly 200 new cases were confirmed in Sierra Leone's capital in a recent one-week period.
The WHO report released late Wednesday indicated that Sierra Leone had the lowest percentage of Ebola patients who had been isolated — only 13 percent.
FTR, that means Sierra Leone's containment is going backwards.


  1. Meantime in flyover country...

  2. This seems to clear up in between infections as infected die or get well, during the in between time as infected people become to sick to hide it anymore the number of infected goes up.
    It seems to be coming and going in waves because it takes so long between current infected and soon to be found infected.


    "Nearly 5,500 people have died from Ebola, the World Health Organization said Friday,"

    Get real, Try 20,000.