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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ebolavirus

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- Mon, 04 Aug 2014 20:33:29 EST cBi54n/s No.13297
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What' /FO/'s feelings on the recent Ebola outbreak?
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Fuck Ninderway - Tue, 05 Aug 2014 02:21:24 EST kI6Y0z/g No.13298 Reply
Many Africans won't go to field clinics, because they believe that NGO's are there to spread ebola. I think they might be right. Just glad it isn't my disease.
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Hannah Dasslebare - Tue, 05 Aug 2014 08:21:45 EST WyaMed9Q No.13303 Reply
Everyone in the world will probably be dead by tomorrow
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Cedric Cacklebury - Sun, 10 Aug 2014 21:48:32 EST mIus6Kza No.13314 Reply
>>13297
Switzerland with Ebola-infected humans?
What the fuck?
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Ian Bedgestune - Mon, 11 Aug 2014 01:04:23 EST lcYadD0W No.13315 Reply
Well its not gonna kill everyone, it spreads allot in shitty places because it is transmitted by blood/mucus shit and piss etc, only way you are gonna get it is if you come in contact with some blood/spit/piss/shit from someone with Ebola, the rest of the world is and if not just stay in your house for a few months and wait for everyone to die off, stock up on rice and beans.
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Sidney Crubblesare - Mon, 11 Aug 2014 18:10:28 EST 1EsbQBNo No.13316 Reply
>>13315
A. Lot.

where do you even get the second "L" from? is your brain so retarded it generates random extra letters?
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Hannah Pockfield - Wed, 22 Apr 2015 15:34:15 EST 7UKzYljI No.13880 Reply
as aggressive as ebola is, biologically speaking, it can only thrive in the worst of 3rd world conditions, because such an environment typically has not even the most basic sense of hygiene or other medical knowledge beyond 'people get sick because Magical Curses', which, last i heard, was a mentality that was very rampant among most continental africans.

I would be inclined to think that not even India or other parts of far-east asia, for all of its/their stereotyped poverty and overpopulation, is nearly as prevalent in its richness and variety of preventable diseases as most of africa is.

when faced with an environment of first or second world nations, such as america, europe, russia, china, or even brazil and argentina, i suspect that ebola cannot thrive because of ath the very least, the basic procedures of hygene and quarantine that would be implemented, if someone was exhibiting even remotely ebola-like symptoms, such as fever, bleeding from the orifices, numerous welts and sores, and nerve damage and epilepsy among other signs of violent illness.

hell, even with turn-of-the-century typical american medicine, ebola would be given a hard and long run for its money.
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Sidney Gobbernin - Sat, 30 May 2015 18:18:38 EST x1eg21wE No.13946 Reply
>>13297

why doesnt that map have alaska or half of the pacific ocean?
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Edward Blivingwill - Sun, 31 May 2015 20:05:48 EST 4I+qDCOL No.13948 Reply
>>13946
It doesn't need them, because alaska and the pacific ocean didn't have goddamn ebola

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