Map of Cases
WORLD MAP OF EBOLA CASES
Do you think that Ebola will never become a pandemic in the United States? This article is going to cover the outbreaks in other countries and why you should be concerned that it can happen here as the World Health Organization hasn’t been able to stop the pandemics in other countries. This means if an Ebola pandemic occurs here in the United States the World Health Organization will not know what to do here either.
Below is how the Ebola virus has affected other countries as well as how many people have died because of the virus. The numbers are shocking and we hope that they open your eyes that an Ebola pandemic can happen in the United States or any other country for that matter.
Here Are Some Facts on How Ebola Has Spread and Killed Thousands:
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa was first reported in March 2014, and has rapidly become the deadliest occurrence of the disease since its discovery in 1976. In fact, the current epidemic sweeping across the region has now killed more than all other known Ebola outbreaks combined!
You should pay attention to those facts as they prove that the World Health Organization does not know what they are doing when it comes to curing or stopping this epidemic in other countries. What makes you think they can stop it here?
As of January 20, 2015, 8,690 people have been reported as deceased from the disease in six countries; Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, the US and Mali.
The total number of reported cases is more than 21,797.
On top of these staggering facts the World Health Organization has admitted that they have underestimated how many cases there are as they are having difficulty collecting data. The World Health Organization found hundreds of bodies in a remote diamond-mining area in Sierra Leone. This means that the scale of the Ebola outbreak is underreported.
Here is A Map of How Many People Have Died In the World:
As you can see Ebola has taken over several countries and killed thousands and there are a handful of countries that have reported countries with patients that have contracted the Ebola virus and one has been reported as dying in the United States.
Now if it started with one person in the countries in Africa this means it can happen anywhere.