The latest WHO “Ebola response roadmap update” from 3 October shows that only 931 out of 3834 cases of Ebola in Liberia have been confirmed by lab tests, which are themselves doubtful as the FDA admitted.
For the first time, the USA appears alongside Nigeria and Senegal in the WHO update as one of only three countries with an initial case of Ebola.
The geography underlines just how implausible it is that Ebola would ever reach the USA if it hasn’t even got to Mali, the Ivory Coast or Guinea Bissau, all bordering the so-called “high transmission” Ebola zone?
A glance at a map shows that Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone share borders with four other countries. Three of these have reported no cases of Ebola and the fourth, Senegal, one case of contained Ebola