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Could more have been done for Thomas Eric Duncan?

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was reckless, selfish and irresponsible.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States knew quite well that he was at risk of contracting the Ebola virus and thought he could run to America and get saved. Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was aware that he Thomas Eric Duncan touched a person who died from the Ebola disease in his native Liberia.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States chose to hide that information from his local authorities when leaving the airport in Liberia. Maybe Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States may have told his local authorities but they chose to send him to America anyway in order to draw the American government attention to the severity to the disease.

Are the relatives of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States really thinking? Do the family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States know what risk and threat of deadly virus their relative exposed the American people to?

 

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States arrival in America automatically made him the responsibility of the American government?

 

According the news report surrounding Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States illness, Thomas Eric Duncan hid his exposure to the deadly Ebola virus to the doctors who first saw him when he Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was first brought to the emergency ward at the hospital in Dallas, Texas, the United States.

Had Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States disclosed to the doctors or the authorities that he had been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus, I am certain that the authorities would have transferred him to one of the four medical centers nationwide that specialize in highly infectious diseases like the deadly Ebola virus.

 

If Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was poor and uninsured, why come to America? How Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States got the money to pay for his air ticket from Monrovia, Liberia to Dallas, Texas, the United States? If Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was poor, he could not afford to pay for such air ticket from Monrovia, Liberia to Dallas, Texas, the United Sates. There many working Americans who cannot afford to pay for air tickets between Monrovia, Liberia and Dallas, Texas, the United States. I am sure if it was a requirement by the Federal government that each and every person who visits the United States on tourist visa possess some sort of health insurance, I am sure Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was going to purchase such health insurance before heading to the United States.

 

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States must have been afraid to report the doctors in his first visit to the emergency ward at the hospital that he Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States had been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus. Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was afraid that the authorities would have imprison him or have him deported back to his native Liberia.

 

The family members of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States should know that Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States was well cared for under the circumstances of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States own reports to the doctors. When the doctors realized that that Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States had the deadly Ebola virus, there may have been nothing more to do to save him Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States family members should know that Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States died because it was time to die as everyone else. Many people die in America every day. It was simply Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States fate that he would have died from this deadly Ebola disease.

The federal government should sue Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States family and relatives living in America for allowing Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States to travel to the United States knowing that he Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States had been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus.  The state of Texas and the city of Dallas should sue the family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States for concealing Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States exposure to the deadly Ebola virus.

The United States government should take legal action against the Liberian government for allowing Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States to travel to the United States knowing that he, Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States had been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus.

 

The actions of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States and the Liberian government were reckless and irresponsible and could be considered terrorism since Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who became the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States could have contaminated many people in America with the deadly Ebola virus.

I strongly suggest that the three countries where the deadly Ebola infections are reported, should create a disease freed zone where travelers who wish to travel to the United States, Europe and Asia should be quarantine for 25 days after obtaining their travel documents before leaving their natives homes.

 

This may help to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus to the rest of the world.

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