Well, we all probably know what this is. I thought I would share some info I found online regarding the virus, and what people should do:
The Ebola Virus has a mortality rate of 30-70%. In contrast, the "Spanish" Influenza was only 2-20% fatal. For those not in the know, the Spanish Flu killed somewhere between 20-100 million people in a span of under two years. Do what you will with that information.
Since the Ebola Virus is confirmed in the United States, it will most likely spread. It's important to be prepared, and have enough supplies(water, food, batteries, solar chargers, camping gear etc) to last through a quarantine, government imposed or otherwise. I can't really gauge how different people survive calamities, since we all prepare differently. Just have supplies on hand in case things get bad.
I hope it doesn't.
Sorry for the downer, heres a bunny for those of you who stuck around : )
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Print it out and give it to your friends. Not the virus though!