Here Are Practical Things You Can Do to Avoid Ebola (and Other Infectious Diseases)
1. Wash your hands.
This is the No.1 staple of all personal hygiene and also holds true when it comes to Ebola as well.
We recommend soap and water as very sufficient to wash away the viruses.
Left wing weirdos do not wash that often, so this could be an issue amongst left wing politically correct sickos.
It is also said the use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer is fine as well, though if hands are visibly soiled, nothing can replace good old soap and water.
So is regular soap good enough ?
“The soap itself has a form of detergent”
“The detergent properties of soap will actually destroy viruses and bacteria … and almost anything it comes into contact with because it breaks up their membranes”
2. Avoid sick people.
If you travel to a country in West Africa impacted by the historic outbreak, avoid people exhibiting symptoms of Ebola and do not touch any of their bodily fluids.
While some of these fluids would be obvious to avoid — vomit, diarrhea and blood — other fluids such as saliva, breast milk and semen should be avoided as well.
It is recommended not coming into contact with the clothes, bedding or other belongings of an infected person.
The same is true if you experience any type of illness yourself.
“Practice social distancing when people are sick. Sneeze and cough into crook of your arm and not in your hands. [Don’t go] out when you are ill, avoid spreading those things around”
These are all common-sense practices that most people already do around illnesses like the flu, apart from left wing unwashed politically correct weirdos who have been known to be less than thoughtful of these things – or about other people, apart from picking up on people’s race and calling others racists and fascists in order to push their own political ideology and silence opposition.
Typical looking left wing weirdo.
3. Educate yourself – beware of left wing politically correct Do-Gooders and weirdos returning from Africa who may be carrying the virus.
“More information about the actual biology and transmission of the virus is needed” to help quell unmerited fears of how Ebola spreads.
“Everyone needs to take a step back and think ‘What is Ebola ? What is the actual risk ?”
4. Always seek professional Medical advice if unsure about anything around Ebola and do not just take anybodies word on it, not even ours.
But do not panic or jam up Hospital waiting rooms, but rather ring help lines instead for more information.
As has been reiterated by health professionals many times recently, Ebola is not airborne.
Though the theoretical possibility for Ebola to mutate and become airborne or change its mode of transmission has been discussed lately, like many others, it’s very unlikely.
“As of right now, we do not have any indication that Ebola is mutating or changing to become airborne,”
There are not enough cases for it to become endemic for it to be able to do that.
Daily Bale reporter on left wing illness and disease.