The Ebola Outbreak

“We have the ability to prevent the spread of Ebola by caring safely for patients,” Dr. Frieden said on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” referring to the safety rules.

My thought on Ebola is so bad,

My heart melts for people who get sick which is so sad
Ebola claims people life's everyday ,
So sick , Not even kids are safe .

People beauty is great,
We can help save life's ,
stopping Ebola is all we have to  do,
Just sick together and help prevent it , and life's will be saves

By , Fabieon Pearson

         Dear People of America,The outbreak of ebola has caused a huge disaster in West Africa. We, as a country, need to take action and help out our world. We have had cases that have came to the USA. We have the most modern health care, for this to be stopped and cured we need to take action and help West Africa. They are just as human and do not deserve what is happening to them. Lets focus on the facts, and not what social media is portraying to us. It is time for us to take a stand, as one and end this now and forever.

Sincerly, Alivia Croxton

Ebola virus disease is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. The virus is transmitted to human from wildlife and spreads in the human population through physical contact. The first Ebola outbreak happened in remote villages in Central Africa, near tropical rainforests, but the most recent outbreak is in West Africa and has involved major urban as well as rural areas. The people infected with the disease, Ebola are scared of the doctors dressed in suits, they think something will happen to them. People think that the outsiders are trying to give them Ebola instead of trying to treat them. The doctors are trying to educate people in West Africa about Ebola or else the disease is predicted to spread even more.

In Kolo Bengou, Guinea - eight youth armed with weapons like slingshots and machetes stood alongside at an opening in the high reeds, the path of the village of Kolo Bengou. The deadly Ebola virus has infected several people in the village , and the youths were blocking the path to prevent health workers from entering. The youth leader of Kolo Bengou , said, “ We don't want any visitors, we don't want any contact with anyone”. Singling out the international aid group doctors without Borders, Mr. Iroundouno continued ,” Wherever those people have passed, the communities have been hit by illness”.

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