NY, New Jersey quarantining travelers from W. Africa
by Jon Rappoport
October 24, 2014
A health worker who treated so-called Ebola cases in West Africa has been locked in an iso ward of a medical facility for 21 days, after she arrived back in New Jersey.
She had no symptoms—but after being put in isolation, she developed a fever.
Many people would.
Contact with someone who “has Ebola”=21 days in lockdown.
This is where the irrelevant diagnostic tests come in. That quarantined person, registering positive on an antibody or PCR test, will be labeled “Ebola”—even though the tests say nothing about Ebola, as I’ve described in past articles.
The next step will be locking people up for 21 days, if they came into contact with someone who “might have” Ebola.
Then we could see…
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