ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION: IF... Ebola was NOT the major health risk that the WHO is currently stating... and IF Ebola is NOT able to be transmitted via airborne particles... THEN WHY, are the "PUBLIC HEALTH ACTIONS" IDENTICAL for both HIGH RISK and LOW RISK exposed persons???? (Take a look for yourself... PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IS FORBIDDEN IN BOTH CASES.... which wouldn't make sense according the the World Health Organization which is currently stating that public air travel is SAFE!!!!) IN MY OPINION, the WHO is putting out DANGEROUS information with questionable reasons. At the very least, the CDC is maintaining that AIR DROPLETS are possible modes of infection, and as such, are publishing STRICTER protocols (although still not strong enough). Please take a look for yourself.....This interim guidance is intended to provide public health authorities and other partners a framework for evaluating risk of exposure of persons to Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and initiating appropriate public health actions based on exposure risk and clinical assessment. Refer to Case Definition for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).
TAKEN FROM THIS PAGE: EHF MONITORING
Interim Guidance for Monitoring and Movement of Persons with Ebola Virus Disease Exposure
|Exposure Level||Clinical Presentation||Public Health Actions|
|High Risk||Fever1 or other symptoms2without fever|
|Low Risk||Fever1 with or without other symptoms2|
|No Known Exposure||Fever1 with other symptoms2|