I am writing to suggest that this newspaper runs a section daily on Ebola, detailing what it is, how it is transmitted, preventative measures, symptoms, and what is to be done if someone feels they might be infected. I don’t know how well equipped we are to deal with an outbreak here, but I suspect we don’t have the capacity.
And I am certain the person reading this is well aware of the consequences an ignorant population would bring about, should the virus arrive here, and so once again, I’m begging you to educate the public in the interest of the safety and future of ourselves, and loved ones.
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