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Twenty-seven were recently reported, as being “monitored”, in Washington State and Oregon, because they had returned from Ebola outbreak zones. However, there were slightly earlier reports from Ohio (45) and Kentucky (11). For information about Washington State, Oregon, Ebola, Ebola vaccine and commentary see: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2021/03/27/at-least-27-people-being-monitored-in-washington-state-oregon-for-ebola-why-were-they-in-an-outbreak-zone-are-ebola-vaccines-next To be clear, there appear to be no reported cases of Ebola in the United States. However, they should forbid travel to and from the Ebola outbreak zones and quarantine, rather than simply “monitor”. Ebola is far more deadly than Covid-19, with a mortality rate in the range of 40-50%.

27 plus 56 = 83

As of March 24th, 2021, in Ohio: “Columbus Public Health is helping to monitor 42 people while Franklin County Public Health is assisting in monitoring three…https://eu.dispatch.com/story/news/2021/03/24/ohio-health-officials-monitoring-residents-exposure-ebola-africa/6991702002/

One appears to have been added since the statement by the Governor of Ohio on March 23, 2021: “Today in Ohio, health officials are actively monitoring 44 people who have returned from areas of Africa with active outbreaks of Ebola. While it is currently believed these individuals are at very low risk of having contracted Ebola, if one of them develops symptoms, SB 22 would prevent our public health apparatus from swinging into rapid action and taking decisive steps to isolate, quarantine, and protect the public from the threat of this deadly virus until a medical diagnosis can be obtained“. See: “OHIO GOV. MIKE DEWINE VETO MESSAGE SB 22http://web.archive.org/web/20210325160945/https://fox8.com/news/dozens-of-ohio-residents-monitored-for-ebola/

Kentucky monitoring was monitoring 11 people, as of March 16th https://wfpl.org/while-battling-coronavirus-kentucky-also-monitoring-some-travelers-for-ebola-symptoms/

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