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What is Kenya doing about Ebola?
radiomast
#21 Posted : Tuesday, June 18, 2019 6:47:52 PM
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masukuma wrote:
radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:

Actually not refer to your history...


History being the key operative word there. I suppose you are probably referring to the great plague which happened centuries ago.

There is that but that's rather far back. Spanish flu, Boivine Flu, SARS etc. just google plagues and see how many of them were in Africa.



Using SARS as an example, it happened around 2002, was contained and apparently has not come back

Ebola on the other hand has been happening in certain African countries almost every year.
radiomast
#22 Posted : Tuesday, June 18, 2019 6:50:05 PM
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murchr wrote:
Not good for tourism. Expect travel advisories and visa denials.



Also If Kenya becomes associated with Ebola, Kenyans seeking to travel abroad will face huge hurdles to get travel Visas. And no events will be hosted in Kenya.
masukuma
#23 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 6:33:35 AM
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radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:
radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:

Actually not refer to your history...


History being the key operative word there. I suppose you are probably referring to the great plague which happened centuries ago.

There is that but that's rather far back. Spanish flu, Boivine Flu, SARS etc. just google plagues and see how many of them were in Africa.



Using SARS as an example, it happened around 2002, was contained and apparently has not come back

Ebola on the other hand has been happening in certain African countries almost every year.

Which African countries have been having it "almost every year"?
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Impunity
#24 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 6:49:30 AM
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masukuma wrote:
radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:
radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:

Actually not refer to your history...


History being the key operative word there. I suppose you are probably referring to the great plague which happened centuries ago.

There is that but that's rather far back. Spanish flu, Boivine Flu, SARS etc. just google plagues and see how many of them were in Africa.



Using SARS as an example, it happened around 2002, was contained and apparently has not come back

Ebola on the other hand has been happening in certain African countries almost every year.

Which African countries have been having it "almost every year"?


Kongo Kinshasa.
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masukuma
#25 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 7:36:11 AM
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Impunity wrote:
masukuma wrote:
radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:
radiomast wrote:
masukuma wrote:

Actually not refer to your history...


History being the key operative word there. I suppose you are probably referring to the great plague which happened centuries ago.

There is that but that's rather far back. Spanish flu, Boivine Flu, SARS etc. just google plagues and see how many of them were in Africa.



Using SARS as an example, it happened around 2002, was contained and apparently has not come back

Ebola on the other hand has been happening in certain African countries almost every year.

Which African countries have been having it "almost every year"?


Kongo Kinshasa.

countries
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Ngalaka
#26 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:02:18 PM
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@ radiomast
Sometimes here 'we' like arguing for the heck of it!
Your pitch about Ebola is quite, if not entirely in order.
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masukuma
#27 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 7:19:25 PM
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Ngalaka wrote:
@ radiomast
Sometimes here 'we' like arguing for the heck of it!
Your pitch about Ebola is quite, if not entirely in order.
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Yes “we” do... people must learn to write and argue in public forums.
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