The spread of Ebola in Europe is “unavoidable”, the World Health Organization (WHO) said shortly after the contraction of four new cases was announced in Spain.
“Such imported cases and similar events as have happened in Spain will happen also in the future, most likely,” the WHO European director Zsuzsanna Jakab told Reuters.
On Monday scientists predicted that there was a 75 percent chance that Ebola would reach France by the end October and a 50 percent chance for the UK.
The most dangerous contributor to the spread is the behavior of the virus. Its symptoms catch people unawares and normally follow a 21-day incubation period, during which there’s literally no visible sign the person has contracted Ebola. …
No, the most dangerous contributor is the behavior of our purported public health authorities who are showing symptoms of viral occupation of their upper brain function.