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Saturday, November 01, 2014
As time passes it becomes clear that medical systems all over the world were simply not prepared. There is presently a scramble to establish plans and train health care experts in using personal protective devices in addition to the detection and care of patients suffering with Ebola.
The learning curve is really steep. Basically, Ebola has actually previously just been an issue in Africa along the path of migration of the fruit bat (the fruit bat is thought to be the host of the virus). The industrialized world is upskilling quickly to face the virus.
As always there is much we can gain from Africa. Since its discovery in 1976, there have been a number of significant break outs of Ebola in Africa. Chip Muldoon lived through 2 significant break outs of Ebola and learned lots of things along the method.
Chip is a self-confessed prepper and still found himself unfortunately not really prepared physically and emotionally from the impacts of Ebola. In this ebook, he explains his experiences and how he now utilizes those experiences to customize his prepping to-day in the U.S.A.
The book is a mix of stories and recommendations and is compelling reading. The conclusion of the book could surprise experienced preppers. It definitely amazed Chip himself.
The ebook is just available on Amazon. For a limited duration the book will be available free of charge for download to your reading gadget. On November 1 readers and preppers can enjoy this book totally free of charge. Absolutely a must read!
Ebola is a game|a video game changer for preppers everywhere. Prepping for Ebola is different. Chip Muldoon is a prepper who has actually worked in 2 Ebola outbreaks. This is the book he never ever wanted to write. It brings back uncomfortable memories. In this book he shares how he modified his prepper activities to adjust to the realities of a terrible Ebola outbreak. A must read.
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