It happened all year long, as news of the Obama amnesty for children under 40 spread to central America, more than half a million illegal alien invaders came into America, often on authorized buses. The children were not given health screenings and they were bussed across the nation at tax payer expense. Now we have to ask, did another beast arrived with them, Entero Virus 68? It produces violent coughing for months. Along with it came Leprocy and drug resistent tuberculosis. While we cannot prove that the virus was definatly brough into America by the invaders, the circumstantial evidence is overwhelming with many of the border guards contracting these rare diseases when they were in prolonged contact with the central Americans.

Indiana and Montana have joined the growing list of states with confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68, health officials say.Four children in Lake County were sickened by Enterovirus D68 and were treated at University of Chicago Hospital, according to a press release from the Indiana Department of Health; all four have since been discharged from the hospital. Lake County is in the northwest corner of the state. Montana has one confirmed case of Enterovirus D68, says Jon Ebelt, a spokesman for the state’s public health department. “A specimen sent to the CDC from a child under the age of 10 has tested positive for the particular strain of enterovirus,” he told CNN. Enteroviruses are very common, especially in the fall and winter months. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 10 to 15 million infections occur in the United States each year. But this type of enterovirus — Enterovirus D68 — appears to be exacerbating breathing problems in children with asthma. These viruses usually present like the common cold; symptoms include sneezing, a runny nose and a cough. Most people recover without any treatment. But if your child appears to be having trouble breathing, take him or her to a doctor right away. As of September 11, the CDC had confirmed more than 80 cases of Enterovirus D68 in six states: Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky and Missouri. New York also announced on Friday that it had more than a dozen confirmed cases of the virus.

Now Obama has authorized bringing another Ebola patient into America, this time into Nebraska.

“A plane carrying Dr. Rick Sacra landed Friday morning in Omaha, Nebraska, and he was then was taken to Omaha’s Nebraska Medical Center” – center spokeswoman Jenny Nowatzke

First Atlanta, now Nebraska. Why didn’t they at least bring him to the same center in Atlanta? Well Nebraska is the largest Biocontainment center in America with ten beds and mobile containment pods. It’s also brand new and begging to be used. “We are sterilizing human waste before flushing into the sewer system. It is a special chemical that neutralizes any kind of virus within the waste. We actually do this for 10 minutes – twice as long as is recommended by the maker of the product.” said Taylor Wilson, Senior Media Relations Coordinator for the center.

Bringing infected Ebola patients into America is madness. And Now Obama wants to send thousands of troops to Africa also insane. Do they have a written quarantine police on all these soldiers AND every other soldier they come into contact with BEFORE allowing them back into America. NOPE!

Instead we should keep three health ships off the coast of AFrica for treating these infected. Patients would go to ship 1. Infected people can only go to ship 1. If the entire ship gets infected, then the ship should be fire bombed and sunk. If a patient recovers on ship 1, then they move to ship 2, for 30 day quarantine. If they spread the disease to ship 2 then ship two should be firebombed and sunk. If there is no disease on ship 2 and the patient recovers and shows no signs after sixty days, then they can move to ship 3 for 90 days of final observation. Only then can they return to the USA. Sound drastic? NO this is NORMAL! What Obama is doing is MADNESS! It might take 30 days to set up biocontainment centers on ships.

OR, why not take them to America’s brand new and state of the art NAMRU-3 Facility in Cairo Egypt? (Naval Medical Research Unit)

NAMRU-3 has modern research laboratories and a medical research library. It is the only laboratory in Africa with an animal facility accredited by the American Association of Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care. It is the largest DoD overseas laboratory, with biosafety level 3 biocontainment space and field and hospital study sites located throughout Egypt. A malaria field site is located in the upper east region of northern Ghana.

In fact, NAMRU-3 is designed to manage contagion in Africa by design and mission – “VZDRP collaborates with national influenza centers and public health laboratories in 12 countries, with capabilities for virus isolation, molecular diagnostics, and gene sequencing. VZDRP personnel maintain BSL-3 laboratory capacity and a Biological Select Agents and Toxins (BSAT) program, and provide 24/7 testing capability for outbreak support. VZDRP assists WHO-Eastern Mediterranean Region in response to disease outbreaks in the region.” – NAMRU-3 Fact Sheet July 23, 2014

In 1999, a Global Emerging Infections System program was established, which expanded the NAMRU-3 mandate to include public health activities and capacity building in host countries. This led to NAMRU-3’s recognition as a WHO Collaborating Center for Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases in 2001.

Since there is NO reason to bring a single active infection to our shores, where is the patriot who will take action to stop this madness done by madmen? If you are the pilot of the next Ebola plane, how about refusing to take off? If you are a soldier how about refusing to let the infected person on the plane. And of course there are more dire measures. Three hundred million lives hang in the balance, and our dumb soldiers are just going to nod and go along with it.

Here is a map of where the strictest BioSafety Level Four facilities exist. Note that several are in Africa. While these may be lab centers and not hospitals, that in itself may be part of the problem and we need to look into where biosafety level 3 and 4 hospital facilities exist, not just research labs or DoD super weapons labs that mix and mutate strains looking for super killers.

The following two centers in Africa offer level 4 facilities, more protective than the level 3 hospitals in Atlanta and Nebraska. Perhaps they would require some updating to make room for a hospital room. That just doesn’t seem like it would be a major issue these labs have many rooms and lots of space.

Bio-Safety Level 4: Centre International de Recherches Médicales de Franceville: Gabon, Africa
Bio-Safety Level 4: National Institute for Communicable Diseases South Johannesburg, Africa

a typical lab setup has many rooms, one could easily be converted to handle 1-2 patients.
a typical lab setup has many rooms, one could easily be converted to handle 1-2 patients.

Enterovirus-68 Serious Respiratory Illness Spreading Over Country
Added by Kimberly Ruble on September 18, 2014.
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Enterovirus-68 Serious Respiratory Illness Spreading Over Country

Enterovirus-68, the uncommon and serious respiratory illness which first hit the Midwest, is now moving over the entire country. Hospitals have started working with health departments and representatives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in order to attempt to bring under control the infection and also achieve patient care.

Anne Schuchat, who works as director of the CDC’s Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, stated that it was difficult to guess how large the spread of the illness would go or for how long. Officials from the CDC explained that 130 children in the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Illinois, Alabama, New York, Indiana, Louisiana, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Kentucky have tested positive for EV-68. The virus does not have a vaccine and lasts for approximately seven days.

The uncommon respiratory virus is believed to be spread through bodily fluids such as mucus and saliva and also transmitted through contaminated surfaces such as door handles, play items and counter-tops. Virus symptoms consist of a runny nose, trouble in breathing, being stuffed up, body aches and pains, wheezing in the chest, fever, rashes and even paralysis. Patients who are infected are treated inside of a hospital’s intensive care department. They are treated with oxygen and fluids and given medication in order to help aid in keeping their airways open.

The majority of hospitals are able to test and conclude almost instantaneously if an infection is an enterovirus or is a rhinovirus, which is the sickness that causes the common cold. However they do not have the advanced technology to narrow the samples farther down to see if the virus is actually EV-68. This can only be accomplished by a limited number of labs located around the United States and also at the CDC. Hospitals have their samples taken to local health departments, which in turn send them to state health facilities before they are taken to the center in Atlanta. EV-68 diagnosis is completed by using detailed laboratory tests on swabs taken from the throat or nose of a patient. Officials of the CDC did not have an estimate of how many samples that had been received.

It is unknown why the virus first hit in the Midwest and struck so hard. The sickness remains a problem but the CDC wants to remind physicians in the region not to forget about other infections, several of which imitate EV-68’s symptoms. Health officials also do not have a reason why this specific strain of virus has increased like it has. There are over 100 different kinds of enteroviruses that exist, and it is believed that 12 to 15 million enterovirus infections happen in America every year. The majority of people who become infected do not have any symptoms or very few but for other individuals, the virus ends up being a serious problem.

The CDC is attempting to figure out the virus in a better manner. EV-68 has more relentlessly affected children who suffer from asthma or have wheezing problems in their chests. Officials do not understand why respiratory ailments appear to be higher risk issues for the illness or why children overall are the ones who have been affected so harshly. There still have been no known adult infections from Enterovirus-68, and no one had died from the uncommon and serious respiratory illness, but that does not mean it could not still happen.

By Kimberly Ruble