I was reading a news article last night about how Ebola virus has infected more than 1.5 million people in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Nigeria and Senegal and has been confirmed in other countries.
I was a little bit shocked and a little worried about this.
After all, we’re talking about a virus that has killed hundreds of thousands of people in this country and we’ve been through the worst of it.
I thought it was an understatement to say that we were pretty concerned.
I mean, you know, the last time I checked, we haven’t had any cases in Liberia.
The first case was in Nigeria, and now we’re in Guinea.
And so we’re not getting that many new cases.
We’re not seeing the virus spreading as much as it did before.
So we’re still dealing with the symptoms of Ebola and the potential risk that we face from it.
But what I found really surprising was that the website where the story came from had an option to go to the source and watch the video of the virus being transmitted.
And that option is there, so I did.
Here is the video.
You can watch it here: What can you do about it?
If you do choose to watch the videos, make sure to keep all your health information, including all your medical records, and to also make sure that you take your medication as prescribed.
But the most important thing you can do is keep your eyes open and your ears open and just keep watching the news, the news on the internet and to the newsstands, as they’re being distributed.
I don’t think anyone knows that we’ve had an outbreak in this area and that it’s spread like this, so it’s a very real risk.
And we need to get it under control.
So if you want to get to know people, check out their websites, ask them questions about Ebola, and you can also check out what they’ve been doing.
It’s just a lot to do.
And it is a very dangerous situation.
So make sure you stay away from people who are in any way connected to the virus, and make sure they get tested.
And if you think you’ve got a close relative who is sick or infected, get them tested.
It may help save your life.
So there are a lot of things that you can help prevent and that you should do.
But one of the things that really helps is just to keep yourself safe and not to get caught up in the hysteria.
And to keep your mind on the positives of the Ebola outbreak, which I’m pretty convinced that we are in for, rather than the negatives.
You know, you can have fun and do whatever you want.
And you don’t have to be afraid to get outside and enjoy the outdoors.
You just have to look out for yourself.
So please keep yourself and everyone around you safe.
And be very aware of your surroundings, particularly your friends and family.
And I know that you will be.
And the best thing you could do for everyone in the world, is to get tested and keep an eye on everybody.