by James Buchanan
Remember the big ebola scare a few years ago when several people infected with ebola made it to the U.S. in no small part thanks to the completely insane Barack Obama regime, which would not slow down immigration from Africa even in the midst of an ebola epidemic. One Liberian and at least two medical personnel infected with ebola made it to major U.S. cities.
Americans had to hold their collective breath hoping that the ebola virus would not morph into a more easily contagious airborne version that might kill millions.
Well, it looks like ebola is still a problem in Africa as the Congo has suffered an outbreak.
A recent news article reports “The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.”
“At least one person has died after contracting the virus in the country’s north-east, the WHO says.”
“The Congolese health ministry had notified the WHO of a “lab-confirmed case” of Ebola, it added on Twitter.”
“More than 11,000 people died in the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014-2015, mainly in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.”
“The last outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo was in 2014 and killed 42 people.”
“The case was confirmed from tests on nine people who came down with a hemorrhagic fever on or after 22 April in Bas-Uele province in the country’s far north, a health ministry statement said.”
Thank God, we no longer have Barack Obama as president. At least with Trump, there will likely be much stricter immigration controls not only with terrorist nations, but with nations suffering ebola outbreaks.