Since people are tiring of all the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) hysteria, the World Health Organization (WHO) is moving on to Ebola
as the next big bogeyman for the world to fear.
The United Nations (UN) body has increased the risk level of Ebola to "very high," claiming that cases are "erupting" across Guinea and spreading to neighboring countries.
According to the WHO's Africa division, there are 18 known "cases" of Ebola and nine deaths, along with 523 "contacts" and 1,604 people who have been vaccinated. Eighty-two percent of the country is being "monitored" for infection.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is supposedly seeing an "outbreak" of Ebola, which the WHO claims is taking neighboring countries like Guinea by surprise because they were not prepared for it.
The WHO claims that Ebola has an up to 90 percent death rate, though the reproduction rate is far lower for Ebola than it is for the Chinese virus. Ebola can also supposedly only be spread through direct contact with an infected host.
A study published in the Journal of Theoretical Biology
claims that the basic reproductive number for Ebola is R 1.83.
"Ebola gains entry to the human body through broken skin or mucous membranes," reports the Express
"However, at present the worst-hit country of the latest outbreak is Guinea."
Every new outbreak means more cash and control for the genocidal globalists
This alleged new outbreak is the first known one since the infamous 2013-2016 outbreak, which is considered "the world's worst," according to Express
"The 2013-2016 outbreak spread throughout several West African countries," reports contend.
Thousands of people died after being identified as having Ebola, and the WHO claims it is worried about another death surge with this latest outbreak, especially since much of the world is still being told to be scared about the Wuhan flu.
WHO Regional Emergency Director Abdou Salam Gueye says there are six neighboring countries to Guinea that are being analyzed for their readiness to the pathogen.
"Two of the countries are not ready and one is borderline and there are three countries more or less ready," Gueye claims.
The countries that directly border Guinea are not currently prepared for mass Ebola vaccination, however, which has the globalists concerned that they might not be able to inject people with deadly chemicals as quickly as they would prefer.
"Those neighboring countries agreed on cross-border cooperation and coordination to control the outbreak," Gueye added in a statement.
Because Ebola vaccines need to be stored in "ultra-cold" refrigerators, they are difficult to transport throughout Africa's tropical regions due to the risk of spoilage.
"We are dealing with quite fragile health systems including lack of capacity to address many public health challenges so dealing with both Covid and Ebola remains a challenge," complained WHO Dr. Michel Yao, Director of Strategic Health and Operations.
Guinea's ministry of health and public hygiene has reportedly set up mass vaccination clinics across Guinea where poor Africans can come to be injected.
Guinea currently has the capacity to jab as many as 100 people per day. This marks the first time that an Ebola vaccine has ever been distributed in Guinea.
"In the coming days, we will be able to vaccinate more people in order to contain this pandemic properly," says Bachir Kanté, an official at the Guinea health ministry.
This is good news for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which owns patents
on Ebola vaccines. For every injection that is given, in other words, the CDC earns cash royalties.
"It's the WHO and Bill Gates that are releasing these viruses so they can sterilize and kill with their cocktails of death," wrote one commenter at Express
, getting right to the point.
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