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Map Of Ebola Quarantine Stations: Here’s Where They’ll Send Those Suspected of Ebola or “Respiratory Illnesses”

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

Despite concerns around the globe that the Ebola virus may continue to spread and mutate into something even more deadly, the director of the CDC attempted to assuage fears about the possibility of an outbreak on U.S. soil.

“It is not a potential of Ebola spreading widely in the U.S.,” director Thomas Friedman told reporters on a conference call Thursday. “That is not in the cards.”

But while the CDC downplays the potential threat, emergency planners behind the scenes have been getting ready since as early as April of this year. In a report presented to Congress while the virus was spreading in West Africa, the Department of Defense said that it has dispatched biological detection kits to National Guard units in all 50 states with the capability of diagnosing the virus in infected patients in as little as 30 minutes.

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1 comment to Map Of Ebola Quarantine Stations: Here’s Where They’ll Send Those Suspected of Ebola or “Respiratory Illnesses”

  • Angel

    When you click on to the hyperlink for the map, Ebola itself is not listed by name. Rather, it comes under the heading for “Viral hemorrhagic fevers”.

    Also, the language of the CDC on the map page is rather vague. Though it may appear at first glance that these quarantine centers are only to be housed by foreigners attempting to enter the country and who are forcibly quarantined, upon further reading, it’s clear that it could also apply to American citizens.

    On Friday’s X22 Report, it was pointed out that these centers exist mainly in the cities that the recent influx of illegals are being moved to by the DHS. Furthermore, you’ll notice that there’s no centers located in the Midwest or Rockies. I don’t know what, if any, connection there is between these centers and the illegals other than location, but it is something to keep in mind.

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