I just saw on World News Now that they're bringing 2 Ebola infected Americans home from Africa to Atlanta's Emory Institute. Apparently the Emory Institute has a segregated quarantine unit that's in compliance with CDC recommendations. The article that I read said that their medical staff is prepared to handle the situation because they train all year for this. Am I the only one NOT comforted by that idea? I mean, this is EBOLA! How often do we actually see Ebola cases here in the US?
Edit to add: What the World Health Organization says about Ebola... http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs103/en/
Monkey Meat and the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia: http://youtu.be/XasTcDsDfMg