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    BREAKING: Texas Elementary School Alerts Parents To Possible Ebola Exposure!

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    BREAKING: Texas Elementary School Alerts Parents To Possible Ebola Exposure!
    Belton, Texas- Late Wednesday evening, it was reported that all parents of students that attend Sparta Elementary School were alerted that one of their stu
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    BREAKING: Texas Elementary School Alerts Parents To Possible Ebola Exposure!

    In Health & Science, News / by Shae Weatherall / on October 15, 2014 at 7:33 pm /

    Belton, Texas- Late Wednesday evening, it was reported that all parents of students that attend Sparta Elementary School were alerted that one of their students was on the flight from Cleveland to Dallas on Monday with the second nurse that worked at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, who is newly diagnosed with the Ebola virus.
    As reported by KCEN, a local news channel, the unidentified child did in fact attend school on Tuesday and Wednesday with the other children. It is not stated in the report as to whether the student will be allowed to continue attending school pending the 21 day waiting period to determine if he or she has been infected.
    From KCEN:
    (KCEN) — A letter went home to parents of Sparta Elementary School in Belton on Wednesday saying a student was aboard the Frontier Airlines flight that was carrying Ebola-victim Amber Vinson.
    The letter read, “This afternoon we were made aware that one of our students traveled on Frontier Airlines Flight #1143 from Cleveland to Dallas on Monday and attended classes on Tuesday and Wednesday.”
    It was confirmed on Wednesday that Amber Vinson was diagnosed with the Ebola Virus.
    According to the CDC and Frontier Airlines, the passenger did not show any symptoms during the flight.
    The student who traveled on the flight is not showing any symptoms but is being monitored by the Bell County Health Department of State Health Services. Because of this, the school says that there is no imminent risk to the rest of the children.

    Once again, there are assumptions being made that an infected person is not contagious until they show symptoms. That assumption has already been fiercely argued by health care professionals outside of the CDC.
    Now, we have not only 132 passengers of an airline flight, but also the entire student body of an elementary school at risk due to the CDC not taking this threat seriously enough.
    Mad World News has been vigilant in our reporting of up to the minute coverage on the Ebola Crisis in Texas, and we will continue to update you as this story unfolds.

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    Prayers going out for all those poor children, parents, and teachers that have to suffer through all this worry!

    Please use this opportunity to spread the word to more Americans about why Obama will not stop Ebola from entering the United States with this important article release...

    Obama's immigration reform amnesty & illegal aliens take priority over Ebola and American lives!
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    Related!

    CDC Told 2nd nurse with Ebola and low grade fever to go ahead and fly commercial!
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    CDC Dallas Co health officer, is wrong by not quarantining exposed persons, but exposed persons have a responsibility to resect pandemic infectious diseases too! Especially medical personnel!!t This is s mismanaged from the White House to the Presbyterian Hospital, it is insanity in action. Omaha and Atlanta have not lost an Ebola patient, there was advice and suggestion to seek.

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    Texas Officials And Healthcare Workers: “Imminent Ebola Epidemic Is A Certainty” In America

    Texas officials and healthcare workers from around the state are urgently warning friends and family...

    James FranklinOctober 15, 2014


    Texas officials and healthcare workers from around the state are urgently warning friends and family that an “imminent Ebola epidemic is a certainty“.
    This is not a test.

    The above quote is drawn from a conversation between the author and a Texas healthcare professional with over 39 years of experience in many areas of medical care (including ICU, ER, labor & delivery) and currently works as a director for a hospice organization. The individual quoted also has direct relationships with members of the Texas State Legislature and staff within the Texas Governor’s office.
    This is a developing story, and more details are pending–but here are some facts:
    As of noon today, the CDC has concluded a meeting with Texas Health and Human Services, recommending that all hospital employees who interacted with Thomas Duncan be confined to the hospital under protective order. Reportedly, Dallas health officials are resisting this recommendation. This comes as officials announced that a second nurse in the Dallas area has been confirmed to have Ebola. She flew on a commercial airline flight only the day before being diagnosed and is currently being flown to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
    Two days after Thomas Eric Duncan was isolated at Texas Health Presbyterian for Ebola, he was transferred to the Texas Health Presbyterian facility in Plano, Texas. It’s not yet known why he was transferred.
    Patients are not being admitted to the emergency room at Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas and are being directed to Texas Health Presbyterian in Plano. The Plano facility is now at maximum capacity.
    The same pool of hospital staff are working at both facilities on an alternating basis.
    Healthcare workers who were on scene when Duncan was taken into quarantine report that they were not physically equipped to deal with the situation and that their necks were not covered at all during the process, though some may have wrapped their necks with medical tape.
    Healthcare professionals report that Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas is woefully unprepared to deal with contagious disease, even in comparison to similar hospitals.
    The CDC released Ebola guidelines for Emergency Medical Services on October 1st. Medical personnel that have called the CDC Information Hotline for clarification of these guidelines report that their calls are being answered by people who are not medically trained. Those answering the calls have had trouble providing answers to many questions.
    The CDC has not issued any guidelines for hospice workers or those tending to patients within their own homes. The flu season is coming, and yet hospice employees are entirely untrained to determine whether a person reporting symptoms may have Ebola or the flu.
    Staff at Governor Perry’s office have told healthcare workers that, in congruence with federal law, the Centers for Disease Control is leading the effort to combat Ebola–but privately admit that the CDC has made hardly any effort to do so.
    The CDC maintains a quarantine station in Dallas, as well as in Houston; and yet they have not moved suspected Ebola patients to these facilities.
    Not only are hospitals and state agencies unable to afford hazmat suit for medical staff, but most suppliers are out of stock. This comes after the U.S. Department of State recently ordered 160,000 hazmat suits and 5,000 body bags.
    Medical facilities around the state report that they’ve been waiting for weeks for N95 respirators that are on back order.
    Governor Perry’s staff reports that he is ‘fit to be tied’ because he has learned that CDC is recommending that healthcare workers use subpar N95 respirators instead of N100 respirators because the CDC does not want to foot the bill for the more expensive masks.
    As of October 12th, Governor Perry has hurriedly formed an Ebola Task Force that is reportedly being trained at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio and will be deployed to the Dallas area as soon as possible. Sources worry that the trainees will not be adequately prepared to deal with the emergency because their training is being expedited.
    US Army troops that are being sent to the heart of the Ebola outbreak in Africa are being drawn from two bases, Ft. Campbell in Kentucky and Ft. Hood in Texas. Fears are that when these troops become sick, they will be transported back to their home base.
    Texas Ebola cases are on the same trajectory as those in Africa, doubling every two weeks. The WHO reports that cases there may soon soar to 10,000 per week.
    Today, it’s been reported that Obama has made the unprecedented move to cancel fundraisers to meet with advisers concerning the crisis.
    Those who are involved in the response effort in Dallas are even quietly wondering if a state of martial law will soon be implemented in Texas due to the crisis, although there are not yet any reliable indicators that this is a possibility.
    Further information will be reported as soon as it is confirmed.

    Photo Credit: Georgia National Guard (Flickr)

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    Texas officials and healthcare workers from around the state are urgently warning friends and family that an “imminent Ebola epidemic is a certainty“.
    This is not a test
    There is your alarm bell folks!

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    Ebola News Regarding Wortham's Kindergarteners Infected is False, Angry Reactions

    October 21, 2014 12:31 PM EST

    False news regarding the invasion by the Ebola virus in Wortham, Texas, was attacked by furious reactants, according to Snopes.com.




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    National Report, which publishes false news that is sensational and made up, had said that the unused wing of a retirement area in Wortham became a temporary Ebola ward. They had "reported" that when 17 kindergarten students fell ill, they tested positive for the virus after getting exposed to the disease when they shared classrooms with a Liberian foreign exchange student.

    The girl was said to have recently come to spend a year with an American family after her parents had got displaced during the war.

    Two weeks after she came and tested positive for Ebola, she seems to have transmitted the virus to the others, according to National Report.


    Wortham ISD Superintendent, David Allen, was disgusted at the false news. He said that they had gotten 30 calls related to the scare. If you take away time from someone doing their work, you are snatching away "productive time," he said. It took him back and made him wonder why people put up such things that were not even humourous, according toThe Mexia News.

    National Report also said that Lindsay Belknap was a temporary teacher, who was in class at the time when they got infected, and was also hospitalized at a local but unknown place. She was quoted as saying, "It was like a domino effect" because one after the other all the children were infected. To fight the false news, Wortham ISD put some processes in place so that they could keep parents informed in case of a real emergency, Allen noted.


    The National Report website has the look and feel of a genuine News website, with a layout that resembles Huffington Post. But the stories elicited angry reactions from readers, who believed it for a while. It was shared on Facebook by 7,442 people as of noon yesterday, having only been posted five hours prior. Just last week, the site claimed the entire town of Purdon, in Navarro County, was quarantined due to Ebola, the town ringed by medical and law enforcement personnel. Apparently, the Ebola virus attacks in more ways than one!

    http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/57018...false-news.htm

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    Frisco High school student arrested after circulating fake news story about Ebola

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