WHO Ebola expert Pierre Formenty gave a presentation on the Ebola virus in Geneva on August 5th, which seems to have been the basis for the WHO declaring a public health emergency a few days later.
Yet, Formenty’s presentation includes a chart showing that Ebola cases in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia in no way matched the profile of an out of control epidemic as WHO claimed.
In fact, the last week in the survey shows a decline as well as the virtual disappearance of Ebola in Guinea.
Bear in mind the Ebola cases in the presentation include probable, suspected as well as lab confirmed cases, so the data is a mess anyway.
Also, the presentation shows clearly than Ebola is a biosecurity level 4 disease — BSL 4 — under WHO’s and every other regulatory framework in the world, including the CDC’s. So, the failure of the CDC to recommend BSL 4 protective gear…
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