*KAILAHUN HAS ZERO EBOLA CASES ACCORDING TO LATEST UPDATE FROM SIERRA LEONE
*KENEMA HAS VERY FEW EBOLA CASES
*KAILAHUN AND KENEMA ACCOUNTED FOR 479 OR 85% OF ALL THE EBOLA DEATHS IN SIERRA LEONE BETWEEN MAY 23 AND SEPTEMBER 24
*DRAMATIC DROP IN EBOLA CASES FUELS FEARS THAT KENEMA AND KAILAHUN EBOLA DEATHS WERE CAUSED BY FALSE EBOLA DIAGNOSIS BY US BIOWEAPONS SCIENTISTS
*SIERRA LEONE BARRED TULANE UNIVERSITY FROM CONDUCTING EBOLA TESTS IN KENEMA IN JULY
*TULANE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR AND DIRECTOR OF A US NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH FACILITY DANIEL BAUSCH LEFT KENEMA JUST HOURS BEFORE SIERRA LEONE DOCTOR SHOWED FATAL EBOLA SYMPTOMS
*IN SPITE OF CLOSE CONTACT WITH DR SHEIK UMAR KHAN, BAUSCH WAS NEVER SUSPECTED OF HAVING EBOLA OR QUARANTINED
*UK MILITARY TO SET UP AN EBOLA TREATMENT CENTRE IN KENEMA: WILL EBOLA CASES SKYROCKET AGAIN?
Kailahun, one of the two epicentres of the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, has reported no new cases of Ebola while Kenema, the other Ebola crisis centre, has reported only a handful of cases.
The extraordinarily rapid and steep drop in Ebola cases contradicts US, WHO and CDC assertion that Ebola is a fast spreading disease and a global threat.
Kenema and Kailahun accounted for 479 of the 557 Ebola deaths officially registered in Sierra Leone between 23 May and 24 September.
Figures published by the Sierra Leone government show that on September 24th there were zero suspected, probable or confirmed cases of Ebola in Kailahun and only two suspected and five confirmed Ebola cases in Kenema.
Kenema and Kailahun had links to the US government.
Kenema hospital housed a US research lab whose personnel had links to bioweapons programmes in the USA as well to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Soros Foundation while the Kailahun hospital was built with US government funds.
In July 23, Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation announced on its Facebook page, an emergency crack down on Kenema, including the order for “Tulane University to stop Ebola testing during the current Ebola outbreak.”
The dramatic drop in Ebola cases in Kenema since this crack down fuels suspicions that it was the researchers attached to Tulane University who were giving a false Ebola diagnosis to justify a course of treatment which then gave healthy people Ebola.
Dr. Daniel Bausch, an associate professor at Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, left the Kenema clinic just hours before his colleague Dr Sheik Umar Khan began to show Ebola symptoms.
Bausch, the director of the Emerging Infections Department at the U.S. Naval Medical Research facility in Lima, Peru, seems never to have been put under quarantine or suspected of having the disease in spite of his close contact with Khan, begging the question of whether Bausch had grounds to think that the mode of transmitting Ebola was a controlled injection.
“Tracing it back, I think the day that I left Sierra Leone must have been the day that his symptoms started. He didn’t complain of any symptoms when I was there, and I think he would have told me actually. So I think that his symptoms probably started the afternoon after I left,” Bausch told Foxnews.
The UK military is to set up an Ebola treatment centre in Kenema. It will be interesting to see whether Ebola cases shoot up in Kenema again after the UK military hospital starts operation.