EBOLA PANDEMIC--CODE NAME OCTOPUS

Sunday, September 14, 2014

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Monday, August 4, 2014

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"Failure is not an option.." 
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2014 Ebola Oubreak Infomation and Updates



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SIERRA LEONE:
(RT/UK/08/04)--A passenger from Sierra Leone died at London Gatwick airport, intensifying fears West Africa’s Ebola outbreak may reach Britain.
The 72-year-old woman, who was reportedly showing symptoms of vomiting and heavy sweating, collapsed on leaving a Gambia Bird jet, and later died in hospital.
The plane, with 128 passengers on board, was quarantined as officials traced those who had been in contact with the woman, although tests showed she did not have the virus, which has killed 256 people in Sierra Leone and a total of 826 across West Africa since February’s outbreak. 

LIBERIA:
(Reuters/08/03)--
The Ebola virus has killed 227 people so far in Liberia and at least 826 people in the region, according to the World Health Organization. 


GUINEA:
(PIX11/CNN/07/31) -- The United States government is warning travelers to steer clear of three African countries as the death toll from an Ebola outbreak continues to grow.
Officials are warning people to avoid any non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone as the number of Ebola deaths approaches 800.



Deadly diseases like Ebola are only a plane ride away. In today’s interconnected world, linked by transoceanic flights, one infected person can trigger a domino effect that pays no attention to borders.


(USA TODAY/08/04)--Dubai-based airline Emirates has suspended its flights to the West African nation of Guinea on concerns about the spread of the Ebola virus there.
The airline — the biggest in the Middle East and one of the world's top carriers of international passengers — suspended its service between Dubai and the Guinean capital of Conakry on Saturday. Emirates says the flights will remain grounded until further notice.
Guinea is one of several West African nations hit hard by an outbreak of Ebola. More than 700 deaths have been reported in the West African nations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.



Spreading: The outbreak has hit Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and has now killed a man in far more densely populated Nigeria. The outbreak is the deadliest ever of the terrifying disease as the death toll crept past 670



GHANA:
(Ghanaweb/08/02)--Ghanaian authorities have banned all flights from Nigeria and other West African countries over concerns of an Ebola spread, the Premium Times of Nigeria has reported. In an article posted Thursday August 1, Premium Times reports that Charles Asare, Managing Director of the Ghana Airport Company said the ban was part of elaborate emergency response being implemented to contain the deadly Ebola virus.

NIGERIA:
 (Al Jazeera/08/04)--A doctor in the Nigerian city of Lagos who treated a Liberian victim of Ebola has contracted the virus, the second confirmed case in sub-Saharan Africa's largest city, authorities said.

Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu, who confirmed the positive test, said on Monday that 70 other people believed to have come into contact with the Liberian were being monitored, with eight placed in quarantine including three who were "symptomatic."

The confirmed case "is one of the doctors who attended to the Liberian Ebola patient who died," Chukwu told journalists.
A quarantine unit has been set up in Lagos and blood tests from the three people displaying Ebola-like symptoms have been sent for testing, with results expected later on Monday, the minister said.

MALI:
(Daily Mail UK//07/29)--Fears over the ability to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola virus were today heightened as it emerged the body of a teen stowaway was found aboard a U.S. military plane that landed in Germany.
The Pentagon said the boy, believed to be from Mali, was found in a compartment above the rear landing gear of a cargo plane after it touched down at a military base.
Air Force personnel found the boy's body Sunday night after spotting an orange cloth in a small opening by the landing gear during a detailed inspection of the C-130J aircraft when it landed at Ramstein Air Base. 

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MANO BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-SIERRA LEONE
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KOMGBAMA BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-SIERRA LEONE
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(ALPHA) BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-SIERRA LEONE
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BOLONGOLIMAI BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-GUINEA
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(BRAVO) BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-GUINEA
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LAGBARA BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-GUINEA
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GANTA N-1 BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-GUINEA
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CAMP FOUR N-19 BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-GUINEA
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DOBAKUI BORDER CROSSING
LIBERIA-COTE D'IVOIRE
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