So let me see if I got this straight.
The most highly trained, highly informed, highly prepared, highly competent, highly qualified U.S. officials, various U.S. agencies and U.S. Health agencies (see video for a good 45 minutes worth of constant reassurance of this greatness)…
…handle this deadly virus by:
1) Allow the infected to lie to get on planes that go around the world
2) Send the infected away from the hospital with antibiotics after they report to them they’ve come from an infected area
3) When the infected finally arrives back at the hospital symptomatic and is diagnosed, nothing is done to contain where the infected came from i.e. car, apartment and who they came in contact with.
“…failure to comply with an order to stay home…”
4) Investigate 12 to 18 contacts or so one day but days later change it to 100
5) Send Julio and the gang to clean the infected puke off the ground with a power washer and no protective gear.
“His whole family was screaming. He got outside and he was throwing up all over the place,” resident Mesud Osmanovic, 21, said on Wednesday, describing the chaotic scene before the man was admitted to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday where he is in serious condition.
6) Send officers with no protective gear to the infected apartment days later to tell the people possibly infected to stay home.
7) Wait days more to finally send a cleanup crew to the apartment.
8) The car they drove? I guess they finally contained that.
9) Keep multiple schools open despite multiple contacts with the infected
10) Wait days to test the blood for Ebola
“State and local health officials waited more than two days to perform crucial blood tests that confirmed a Dallas patient was the nation’s first Ebola case, a delay that appears to have violated federal guidelines.”
k, yeah, we gots dis.
Sep 15/16: Duncan helped Marthalene Williams, the woman who died of Ebola on Sept. 16
Sep 19: Duncan left Liberia Monrovia to Brussels
Flight 951 to Washington Dulles Airport
Sep 20: Dallas/Fort Worth Flight 822
Sep 25: Drives to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
Sep 28: Ambulance #37 takes Duncan from apartment back to same hospital
Oct 2: court order forbidding contacts from leaving the apartment, Powerwash ebola puke (can survive up to several days at room temperature)