I received the following via email, shortly after posting that CDC has been secreting Ebola info.
Fox New’s Attkisson aired the same information, and I had posted the information yesterday, and today.
How very odd. I guess that there were probably quite a few responses after the Attkisson interview.
So suddenly CDC is going to make the information public, and we are supposed to dutifully believe all that they say?
The email says:
For Immediate Release
Monday, December 22, 2014
Contact: CDC Media Relations
Ebola epidemic continues to spread, requiring intensified effort
in the three affected West African countries
CDC Director sees some promising developments but uneven progress,
looming risks in each affected nation
After more than a year of Ebola transmission in Guinea and more than 7 months of transmission in Liberia and Sierra Leone, there is still much to be done to stop the world’s first Ebola epidemic, CDC director Tom Frieden, M.D., M.P.H reported from his second visit to the three affected nations.
Dr. Frieden yesterday returned from West Africa, where he spoke with patients and staff; met with many of CDC’s 170 staff working in each of the countries; and met with the presidents, health ministers, and Ebola leadership of each country. He described the situation as both inspiring and sobering.
“It is inspiring to see how much better the response has become in the past two months, how much international commitment there is, and, most importantly, how hard people from each of the three countries are working to stop Ebola,” Dr. Frieden said. “But it is sobering that Ebola continues to spread rapidly in Sierra Leone and that in parts of Monrovia and Conakry Ebola is spreading unabated. Improvements in contact tracing are urgently needed.”
At a telebriefing held to discuss the results of his trip to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, Dr. Frieden described progress in some areas but continued growth in Ebola cases in other areas. Lingering unmet needs throughout the region continue to challenge response efforts.