What are your quarantine procedures? Can you afford to take an extended leave from work? Will you send your children to school? These are questions that we should consider but pray we never have to implement. Is our government preparing to protect us or is our government encouraging the spread of contagious diseases?
We only have to ask “why”. Why would the government open our southern border and actually promote the spread of disease across the country? Once we come to the obvious conclusion, we then have to ask what would men of Sacred honor do?
Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is on record that Ebola poses little risk to the U.S. population, the agency still published guidance for airline flight crews, cleaning personnel and cargo workers regarding safe handling of infected passengers.
The advisory begins by describing Ebola as “a severe, often-fatal disease” that while rare, can spread from person to person, especially among health-care staff and other people who have close contact with an infected person.
The advisory then notes the likelihood of contracting Ebola is extremely low unless a person has direct contact with the bodily fluids of a person or animal that is infected and showing symptoms.
Trying to dampen fears of travel to West Africa, the location of the current outbreak, the advisory comments that a fever in a person who has traveled or lived in an area where Ebola is present is “likely to be caused by a more common infectious disease, but the person would need to be evaluated by a health care provider to be sure.”
To assist in the identification of Ebola symptoms, the CDC provided the following description of how the infection operates: