If There’s An Ebola Outbreak In The U.S. Here’s A Map Of Where People Will Be Quarantined

Published August 5, 2014 by charlenecleoeiben54123

If There’s An Ebola Outbreak In The U.S. Here’s A Map Of Where People Will Be Quarantined

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It’s very easy to fall prey to the fear mongering on the internet when it comes to Ebola. It’s a strange disease, there’s no vaccine, and it has an extremely high mortality rate.

With two Americans returning stateside to be quarantined Americans are now forced to deal with the reality of what do or what will happen if there is an ‘Ebola Outbreak’.

The CDC is pushing heavily that the likelihood of this happening in the United States is extremely unlikely.

“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.”

Conversely they are planning for the worst case scenarios. This doesn’t mean they expect the worst, they’re just prepared for the worst. These types of actions are heavily read into on the internet by conspiracy advocates. By all means take everything the government says with a grain of salt, and do what you have to do to take care of you and your family, but blowing things out of proportion never helps anyone.

However another strange action President Obama has taken is an amendment to a 2003 Executive Order issued originally by President Bush. This executive order gives the Federal Government power to “…mandate the apprehension and detention of Americans who merely show signs of respiratory illness.”

This means anyone that appears to have a respiratory illness that’s not the flu is subject to be apprehended by the government.

According to the CDC there are currently 20 sites set up for the quarantine of individuals.


The list of quarantined diseases now include, Cholera, Smallpox, Plague, and SARS.

The chess board has been set for a massive government crackdown on a civilian population, whether or not Ebola ever truly emerges to be a real threat to American lives.


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