Oct 2014

Danger of Ebola Isn't The Virus Itself But The Panic

The average person in the Western world with a first rate medical system really has nothing to fear from Ebola. Nor does he or she has anything to fear from other forms of hemorrhagic viruses. Contracting Ebola requires directly contact with an infectious person who actively shows symptoms of the virus. In order to get infected, one would need to come into contact with bodily fluids of the infected and contract it through the person’s nose, eyes, mouth. or open cut. Basically, some way for the virus to get into one’s body.

The greatest danger of Ebola comes from...