Ebola – stay safe - UN&WHO 'Your Microscrope is my miscrope' #globalfamily By Isabel Cutter
Ebola virus disease (EVD) or Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is the human disease caused by the Ebola virus.
Symptoms start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus, with afever, sore throat, muscle pain, and headaches. Typically nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea follow, along with decreased functioning of the liver andkidneys. Around this time, some people begin to have bleeding problems. This bleeding may occur within the body or externally. The risk of death among those infected is high.
Koko's lab coat
Meanwhile with Koko & Teddy
Koko: “Hi Teddy nice of you to visit”
Teddy: “I don't like coming here its giving me the creeps.”
Koko: “Well we are studying a mutating virus.”
Teddy: “What virus is that Koko.”
Koko: “The Ebola virus. The little sucker mutates so quickly sometimes I wish I was ‘Blackwidow’ in the Avengers. I would get nanite technology to zap it off the planet .”
Teddy:“So how is drug development coming along”
Koko: “We have a test drug but it costs about $20,000 for 12 tablets, we dependant on government development funding, they insure the facilities on behalf of the citizens.'
Teddy: “Really that's a lot of invest using taxpayer money.”
Koko: “Unlike AIDS we have only began to understand it and we are doing our best to get a cheap drug and vaccine on the market as soon as possible.”
Teddy: “The UN and WHO are working with me at work to ensure that we keep people with the virus quarantined.”
Koko: “Teddy I need a kiss.”
Teddy:“Emmh Koko you are behind a laboratory glass, I will blow you one instead.”
Koko:“Oh I forgot quarantined. I better go to the decontamination chamber and meet you at home in an hour.”
Teddy: “I will go downstairs and wait for you, I can catch up with Ranybow.”
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Isabel M Cutter