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Breaking: Fort Hood solider found dead after returning from West Africa. HAZMAT deployed. Ebola?

 
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01/13/2015 10:45 PM
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Re: Breaking: Fort Hood solider found dead after returning from West Africa. HAZMAT deployed. Ebola?
Similar posts as this are being deleted for some odd reason....

Regarding "Flu" numbers being 4 X what was seen last year.

I believe 1/3 of the illnesses are from real Flu, more than one strain,
possibly as many as 3-4.
1 naturally occurring, also as many as 3 strains in some Flu vaccines, this has been given in multiple news reports.

I believe that 1/3 are from Radiation poisoning, both from Fukushima and Chem Trails. Radiation symptoms are the same, without fever though. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea.
I repeat, no fever.

The other 1/3 I believe are the strain of Ebola that takes up to 40 days to mature.
"Slow Burn".
Symptoms are much the same as "Flu".
High fever, 102-103.
Sever body aches, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea.

To subside in 3-5 days.
Giving NEGATIVE Ebola tests......Insufficient Viral Load to test positive
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This is shaping up like the lady who died, barfing, outside Amy's Braids in Brooklyn. She was on the Ebola watch list.

And the "authorities" said... NO EBOLA DETECTED!
Spreadin' the Green!
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01/13/2015 11:36 PM
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And to think, some of you thought it was over. cruise

Ebola is here to stay.
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01/13/2015 11:50 PM
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AAND IT JUST HIT THE FLOOR

"Soldier Found Dead In Yard Of Home Tests Negative For Ebola"
[link to www.kwtx.com]

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I wonder if he drank himself to death after all the FU shit he must saw over there.
I feel suffocated by the Oxygen Channel.
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01/14/2015 07:50 AM
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Re: Breaking: Fort Hood solider found dead after returning from West Africa. HAZMAT deployed. Ebola?
I live in killeen. Right outside fort hood air field.
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Results of Initial tests on the Texas soldier found dead are negative for the Ebola virus, Fort Hood officials announced Tuesday evening. A more conclusive test is being conducted to confirm the preliminary findings. A Fort Hood, Texas, soldier found dead outside his residence in nearby Killeen on Tuesday returned from duty in West Africa less than a week ago, but "there is no indication of the Ebola virus disease," base officials said. The soldier, who has not been identified, was granted emergency leave from the 21-day quarantine (Defense Department officials call it "controlled monitoring") for family reasons, Fort Hood spokesman Tyler Broadway said. The soldier had been reporting his medical status twice daily to medical officials during his leave. The soldier was one of 87 troops who returned Jan. 7 to Fort Hood after serving in Liberia since October in support of Operation United Assistance. Tests are being performed to rule out Ebola, Broadway said. KCEN-TV reports the area where the soldier was found has been blocked off by Killeen and Fort Hood police. Emergency leave from the post-deployment quarantine is covered by the Nov. 14 Joint Chiefs instruction outlining the policy, Troops can be granted leave in the aftermath of the death of an immediate family member; to care for a sick or dying family member; or if "failure to return home places a severe or unusual hardship on the service member or their immediate family." Those taking the leave must be cleared by a medical professional, the guidance states.

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Re: Breaking: Fort Hood solider found dead after returning from West Africa. HAZMAT deployed. Ebola?
Results of Initial tests on the Texas soldier found dead are negative for the Ebola virus, Fort Hood officials announced Tuesday evening. A more conclusive test is being conducted to confirm the preliminary findings. A Fort Hood, Texas, soldier found dead outside his residence in nearby Killeen on Tuesday returned from duty in West Africa less than a week ago, but "there is no indication of the Ebola virus disease," base officials said. The soldier, who has not been identified, was granted emergency leave from the 21-day quarantine (Defense Department officials call it "controlled monitoring") for family reasons, Fort Hood spokesman Tyler Broadway said. The soldier had been reporting his medical status twice daily to medical officials during his leave. The soldier was one of 87 troops who returned Jan. 7 to Fort Hood after serving in Liberia since October in support of Operation United Assistance. Tests are being performed to rule out Ebola, Broadway said. KCEN-TV reports the area where the soldier was found has been blocked off by Killeen and Fort Hood police. Emergency leave from the post-deployment quarantine is covered by the Nov. 14 Joint Chiefs instruction outlining the policy, Troops can be granted leave in the aftermath of the death of an immediate family member; to care for a sick or dying family member; or if "failure to return home places a severe or unusual hardship on the service member or their immediate family." Those taking the leave must be cleared by a medical professional, the guidance states.

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bump for update?
I feel suffocated by the Oxygen Channel.
Found John Galt. (finally saw part 3)
Philly Sux! Fucking Pot Holes from last winter are just bigger.
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Re: Breaking: Fort Hood solider found dead after returning from West Africa. HAZMAT deployed. Ebola?
Results of Initial tests on the Texas soldier found dead are negative for the Ebola virus, Fort Hood officials announced Tuesday evening. A more conclusive test is being conducted to confirm the preliminary findings. A Fort Hood, Texas, soldier found dead outside his residence in nearby Killeen on Tuesday returned from duty in West Africa less than a week ago, but "there is no indication of the Ebola virus disease," base officials said. The soldier, who has not been identified, was granted emergency leave from the 21-day quarantine (Defense Department officials call it "controlled monitoring") for family reasons, Fort Hood spokesman Tyler Broadway said. The soldier had been reporting his medical status twice daily to medical officials during his leave.

The soldier was one of 87 troops who returned Jan. 7 to Fort Hood

after serving in Liberia since October in support of Operation United Assistance. Tests are being performed to rule out Ebola, Broadway said. KCEN-TV reports the area where the soldier was found has been blocked off by Killeen and Fort Hood police. Emergency leave from the post-deployment quarantine is covered by the Nov. 14 Joint Chiefs instruction outlining the policy, Troops can be granted leave in the aftermath of the death of an immediate family member; to care for a sick or dying family member; or if "failure to return home places a severe or unusual hardship on the service member or their immediate family." Those taking the leave must be cleared by a medical professional, the guidance states.

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The soldier was one of 87 troops who returned Jan. 7 to Fort Hood

Were the rest quarantined?

I never heard of Fort Hood as having a Quarantine area set up.

I thought it was Washington state and ? I forgot....


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