Also, you could kiss someone with Ebola and still not catch it. Remember, it's bodily secretions... not merely bodily fluids.
Nobody in the western world is going to do stuff like that.
Another issue is that the hospitals in Sierra Leone and Liberia are so overwhelmed that they are sending people away and they are infecting others.
With the fact that we will not do that and the CDC's tracing ability, there's simply no chance that this thing can do here, what it did there.
How did Duncan get a visa and around eight grand to come here so quickly? By all accounts, he was poor.
News shows last night were reporting how much more deadly, the overall typical flu is because of the amount of people that contract and die from it each year. But most of them are all older and already in poor health, it doesn't have a 50-90% kill ratio and this Ebola pandemic hasn't run its course yet.
Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
On this day in 2012, 91 people died in traffic accidents.
Statistically, 64 Americans died of the flu on the day Duncan died from ebola.
1634 people died of heart disease the day Duncan died from ebola.