Specialists Warn “It’s Too Late, Ebola Will Kill 5 Million”
September 14, 2014 7:28am PST
The threat of Ebola seems to be evolving just as the actual strain is. Although it first started with a bit of concern and the head of the CDC saying there wasn’t anything to worry about, now others are saying different. Explaining that the virus has gone airborne and will spread to the corners of the globe, virologists are now claiming it will take the lives of some 5 million people.
The astounding claims have been made by top German virologist Jonas Schmidt-Chanasit who says that the virus will only die down after having “burn[t] itself out,” and killing 5 million people around the globe. The woman who works for Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine in Hamburg also states that just about all hope is lost for those who live in Africa’s Sierra Leone and Liberia.
She goes on to eerily state that “it’s too late,” saying, “The right time to get this epidemic under control in these countries has been missed. That time was May and June.” Ebola has taken the lives of 2200 people already, 1700 of which residing in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Although those being affected by the virus currently have made cries for, “massive help,” the reality of any such aid has been nothing more than a fantasy. So what do you think – is it too late to stop the spread of this deadly virus, or will the world suffer due to the neglect of those in charge?