PZ BREAKING NEWS – BULLET DODGED – Ebola terror at Gatwick as passenger collapses and dies getting off Sierra Leone flight

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PZ BREAKING NEWS

BULLET DODGED – Ebola terror at Gatwick as passenger collapses and dies getting off Sierra Leone flight

PZ NOTE – This is the one thing that I have been keeping my eyes out for. The virus to break out of contained countries in Africa and make its way to a heavy populated western country’s airport.

Breaking news is now reporting that an Ebola Victim has in fact made it to England and has died at Gatwick Airport from Sierra Leone.

Gatwick is a MAJOR airline hub and a major airport of England. Who knows how many people this person had contact with. But worse, how many people destined to the US have come in contact with this person or the Ebola virus that this person may have spread within the airport.

The Ebola Virus could be on a flight now to the US.

I am working at a ferish pace to finish an Ebola survival book. I have had several doctors review what I am writing and they are in complete agreement. I hope to have this book out by Wednesday and Friday at the latest. I will be including my 11 Ebola Reports in this book.

Folks, this virus just got kicked up a notch. Pray that this is contained and that an infected individual will not reach the US.

Ray
Prophezine

 

Ebola fears: A passenger died at Gatwick after getting off a glight fromm Sierra Leone

Airport staff tonight told of their fears of an Ebola outbreak after a passenger from Sierra Leone collapsed and died as she got off a plane at Gatwick.

Workers said they were terrified the virus could spread globally through the busy international hub from the West African country which is in the grip of the deadly epidemic.

The woman, said to be 72, became ill on the gangway after she left a Gambia Bird jet with 128 passengers on board.

She died in hospital on Saturday.

Ebola has killed 256 people in Sierra Leone.

A total of 826 have died in West Africa since the outbreak began in February.

Tests were carried out to see if the woman had the disease.

The plane was quarantined as ­officials desperately tried to trace everyone who had been in contact with the woman.

Airport workers faced an anxious wait to see if the woman had Ebola. One said: “Everyone’s just ­petrified.

“We’ve all seen how many people have died from Ebola, especially in Sierra Leone, and it’s terrifying.”

Speaking of the horrific moment the passenger collapsed, the shocked staff member added: “The woman was sweating buckets and vomiting.

“Paramedics arrived to try and help her. The next thing everybody was there… emergency crews, airfield operations, even immigration.

“They closed down the jet bridge and put the aircraft into quarantine.

“They took everyone’s details, even the guy who fuels the aircraft.”

The plane carrying the woman came from Freetown in Sierra Leone – a country with the highest number of victims from the disease.

It stopped at Banjul in The Gambia before landing in Gatwick at 8.15am on Saturday after a five-hour flight.

Public Health England tried to allay fears of an Ebola ­breakout in Britain.

It said the woman showed no ­symptoms during the flight.

Out of Africa: A Gambia Bird jet

One ­official added: “Public Health England is aware a passenger arriving on a flight from The Gambia that landed at Gatwick airport on Saturday fell ill shortly after disembarking.

“The passenger was taken to hospital and sadly died.

“In line with standard ­procedures, tests are being undertaken to determine the cause of death.

“The patient’s symptoms suggest that Ebola is very unlikely but as a precaution this is one of the tests being undertaken.

“The patient was not symptomatic on the plane and therefore there is no risk of Ebola being passed on to either flight crew or other passengers.

“England has world class health care and disease control systems which are active permanently, ­regularly tested and proven to be effective.

“As such, if the UK does see a case of imported Ebola, this will not result in an outbreak in this country.”

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Killer: The Ebola virus

South East Ambulance Service confirmed it had dealt with the sick woman at the airport.

Communications chief Janine Compton said: “We attended Gatwick airport at 8.30am on Saturday to attend an adult female patient who was seriously ill.

“She was taken to East Surrey Hospital in Redhill where she subsequently died.”

A Gatwick airport spokeswoman added: “A passenger collapsed after disembarking a flight from the Gambia.

“She was treated by airport medical staff at the scene but died later in hospital. The cause of death is yet to be confirmed.”

At around 11pm on Sunday, the Department of Health said that tests for the deadly Ebola virus on the woman who died at Gatwick had proved negative.

There is no cure for Ebola.

Symptoms in the later stages include external and internal bleeding, vomiting and diarrhoea.

At this point the disease is highly contagious.

Victims have a 90% chance of dying, although doctors said in this epidemic the rate is 60%.

The outbreak began in the forests of eastern Guinea in February.

It quickly spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone.

A jump in the number of cases and the death toll has raised international concern and placed under-resourced health facilities in the West African nations under strain.

Last week, the Ebola crisis was described as out of control by World Health Organisation chief Margaret Chan and could be ­“catastrophic”.

At the same time, Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency and called in troops to quarantine victims.

Liberia also imposed controls.

Ms Chan revealed 60 doctors, nurses and health care workers had now lost their lives trying to save others.

She said: “This outbreak is moving faster than our efforts to control it.

“If the situation continues to ­deteriorate, the consequences can be catastrophic in terms of lost lives but also severe socio-economic disruption as well as a high risk of spread to other countries.”

Ms Chan met the presidents of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast.

She told them: “This meeting must mark a turning point in the outbreak response.”

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/ebola-terror-gatwick-passenger-collapses-3977051

 

 


Ebola & What You Can Do To Prepare

The U.S. government is desperately preparing for a massive Ebola pandemic outbreak across the USA.

Ebola detection equipment has been deployed to all 50 states. News reports are now coming out that the U.S. Dept. of Defense has awarded a $140m contract to a little-known pharma company conducting clinical trials on an Ebola treatment drug.

There is no cure, but one might be able to protect themselves by taking advantage of a healthier lifestyle.

We are beginning to see the Ebola outbreak start to get out of control. 

Already there has been one American casualty.

Patrick Sawyer was supposed to be at his kids’ birthday party in a few weeks—but he died of the Ebola virus before he could board a flight to Minneapolis. 

brantely 2 0He passed out at and collapsed at the Lagos airport during the 6-hour, 40-minute journey via two flights on ASKY Airlines, from Monrovia to Lomé in Togo and on to Lagos, where he was scheduled to attend an economic development conference.

He did not make it and he died July 25, just 6 days ago.

Mr Sawyer was in a very crowded airport when this took place. Prior to that he was throwing up on the plane exposing all the passengers and crew. Put these two incidents together and there is the chance that up hundreds if not thousands of people could have been unknowingly infected.

The question is that we have to seriously think about is “How much longer until we start seeing cases here in the US?”

Ebola’s incubation period can be 3 days up to 21 days. This means that thousands of people could be carrying it right now and spreading it across the cities of the world without even knowing it.

What’s going to happen if Ebola makes it to the densely populated areas of the United States?

Ebola is passed via contact, but that contact can take place in many forms. There is also NO CURE for ebola.

When askd ” How does a person contract Ebola?” Dr Jay Keystone who specializes in the treatment of tropical diseases said the following…

“They usually acquire it from close contact with blood and body fluids, and that means someone coughs in your face, you handle a body or you look after someone and don’t have ideal infection-control methods. You get the virus on your hands, you touch your nose, your mouth.”

Dr. Keystone was asked “What symptoms do Ebola patients show?”

“It looks like the flu: fever, headache, sore throat, muscle aches and pains. That’s in the first few days. And then vomiting, diarrhea and the really serious part of the illness — that is the hemorrhage part — really doesn’t occur until toward the end of the first week.”

He was also asked “Once a patient is hemorrhaging, can he or she be saved?”

“It all depends on the quality of medical care. Most Ebola outbreaks have occurred in villages, in mission hospitals where essentially they have a very poor level of health care and very poor infection control methods. The mortality rate in this outbreak … is about 60 per cent. So you can survive. The better the care, more likely you are to survive but there’s no antibiotic or anti-viral agent to treat this disease.”

So there you have it, the odds of survival is 40%. 40 people out of 100 will survive ebola, 60 people out of 100 will die.

Here is a 1.30 minute video explaining Ebola – http://youtu.be/HMLzEnfKP74

So, is there anything we can possibly do to protect ourself, to help keep us alive against this very deadly virus?

We fight it with knowledge.

The more you know about this virus, it symptoms and how to avoid contact, the safer you and your family are.

We know that there is no cure, but we can possibly help assist the body in fighting off disease by giving it as much “ammo” as you can.

I am not a doctor but I know how we have protected ourselves and our family by being proactive. You need to do the same thing at the very first sign of any disease one may be fighting against.

lysol-sprayOne of our big experiences was back in 2009 when a strain of the H1N1 swine flu hit Texas. What many people do not know is that New Braunfels Texas was basically ground zero for the Mexican swine flu. It seemed like overnight there were 200+ cases. The town basically shut down and went into pandemic mode.

It is from that pandemic event that we learned that we needed to be prepared.

The more that we know what we are fighting, the better off we are on how to try to fight it.

But To Fight it, You MUST ACT NOW

See this is the biggest lesson we learned in the swine flu pandemic that hit New Braunfels.

See, we were horribly under prepared in this area. Here we had pleanty of food and other supplies, but we really lacked when it came to medical preps.

By the time we realized what was going on, it was to late to act.

Schools and non-essential businesses were ordered to close. The main local grocery store and Walmart were the only two stores that were open. The Walgreens pharmacy had a guard at the door and they were only letting people in to fulfill prescriptions.

When we finally made it to both stores, ALL MEDICAL SUPPLIES were gone off the shelf. We could’nt even find a bottle of aspirin. I was lucky to find the last two cans of Lysol spray that killed the flu virus.

Facemasks, hand sanitizing gel, rubbing alcohol, anything that would help prevent the spread of the flu was gone… POOF… off the shelves.

The one thing that I was looking for, Sambucol was nowhere to be found. I called around to other stores outside New Braunfels and located two bottles. I had them hold it for me and drove 15 miles one way just for two bottles.

Why Sambucol?

sambucolSambucol, is an invention from Israel. Basically it is Black Elderberry extract. The Israeli scientists discovered that the elderberry extract helps cure and prevent the flu as well as other diseases. Sambucol provides strong immune system support that increases ones antibodies so that any disease that does enter, there are more antibodies already in the system to help fight the disease at the onset. By using a proprietary method of extraction, only Sambucol can guarantee consistent, immune supporting properties in every serving. It is safe for very young children and it tastes like blackberry pancake syrup.

IF anyone came down with even the slightest hint of a sniffle, they got a dose of Sambucol.

There were many other things that we were missing that if our home would have gotten infected, we would have been up the creek without a paddle.

Our first defense is education.

Our second line of defense is action.

But what is going to take place in the days and weeks ahead is that as more people become aware of the Ebola outbreak, more people will be trying to buy up supplies. This is why I say that you need to act now while you can properly supply your home.

Are You Prepared For a Pandemic?

I have put together 11 PDF ebooks / documents to help you prepare.

where-there-is-no-doctorIn these collection I have included the great book “Where There Is No Doctor” as well as “Preparing for the Coming Pandemic”

Both of these helped us immensely prepare medically for a coming pandemic.

I am including several reports on Colloidal Silver. Included in one of these it teaches you the basics of how to make it yourself. This is something that is important so that you can produce this in your own home so that it is available to you when other antibiotics / antiviral treatments are not available.

I have included reports on the benefits of Echinacea, Propolis,  Activated Charcoal, and large amounts of Vitamin C (rosehips)  Although Activated Charcoal is used more to remedy poison, I have used it in conjunction with other supplements and I believe it has helped.

NOW… Please know that I am not saying these things will cure or prevent Ebola, but doing everything you can to make yourself as healthy as you can could put you in that 40% vs the 60%, that is if Ebola does strike where you live.

All these items I now keep on hand and it is what I take to kick most flu like diseases or when I want to raise my immunity to help prevent getting any adverse disease.

If Ebola, H1N1 (Spanish Flu – Swine Flu) H5N1 (Mutated Bird Flu) or any other pandemic sort of disease gets a foothold in the US, at least you are giving your family a fighting chance.

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