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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Ebola in America; Patient confirmed in Dallas have led to deadly virus in major United States cities

The CDC today confirmed the worst fears of many Americans who have been carefully monitoring the Ebola outbreak: the virus is now in America.

A yet-unnamed patient in the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital is definitely confirmed to have carried Ebola into the United States and to have possibly spread it to others. [1]

This is precisely the scenario I have publicly warned about for weeks on the Pandemic Preparedness website at

Ebola patient traveled to Liberia, then flew back to the U.S.

The announcement of the infection status of the patient was delayed until the CDC could hastily organize a press conference. During that conference, it was confirmed the patient traveled to Liberia where he acquired the virus. He returned to the United States via air travel, and then carried the virus for another 10 days in the U.S. before being diagnosed with Ebola.

During this time, of course, he may have spread the virus to others. Because the incubation time of the Ebola virus is 2 - 21 days, we may not know the full extent of the spread of this infection -- if any -- for up to three weeks.

"We received in our laboratory today specimens from the individual, tested them and they tested positive for Ebola. The State of Texas also operates a laboratory that found the same results," CDC director Thomas Frieden said in a widely-televised press conference. The patient is currently said to be "critically ill."

The CDC is now scrambling to attempt to identify all the people with whom the confirmed Ebola carrier has made contact over the last 10 days. These people may include:

• Fellow passengers on the airplanes
• Family members
• Friends
• Business associated
• Paramedics
• Hospital staff
• Hospital patients

U.S. government remains in state of denial about pandemic infection risk

Frieden expressed high confidence that this particular Ebola infection would be immediately contained. Then again, President Obama just said a few weeks ago that the chance of Ebola ever arriving in America was "unlikely." But now it's here.

Texas health officials say they are well equipped to handle Ebola infections and that they are committed to keeping Texas safe. At the same time, U.S. medical staff have proven that they are unable to stop the spread of superbugs in U.S. hospitals, calling into question the ability of those same people to stop the spread of Ebola if it spreads beyond a small, contained group. (Superbugs like MRSA, c.diff and CRE are rampant across U.S. hospitals.)

U.S. government has no way to stop more people from bringing Ebola to U.S. cities

Even if this one particular Ebola outbreak is quickly contained, it has proven that Ebola patients can simply walk right into the United States -- or fly in, in this case -- without any effort at all.

The U.S. government, in other words, is completely unprepared to deal with an influx of infected Ebola patients. That this first Ebola patient has been confirmed in Dallas now shatters the delusion that America is somehow immune to the Ebola outbreak currently ravaging Africa and believed to be on track to infect 1.4 million patients by the end of January.

What we now know with 100% certainty is that Ebola has crossed the Atlantic ocean and transplanted itself into a large U.S. city where it festered for 10 days before being identified. The question on everyone's mind now is simply this: How can the U.S. government possibly stop this from happening again?

The answer is that it can't.

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More than 100 firefighters battle fire in Fremont

Update at 4:02 p.m.: The cause of the fire is under investigation, the fire department said. Investigators haven’t been able to go inside the building because of hazardous material and the building’s strucutural integrity.

Update at 3:37 p.m.: The fire department says the fire was declared extinguished as of 3:15 p.m. Twelve workers were evacuated from the building safely. No initial estimate of damage.

UPDATE at 2:20 p.m.  The fire was in a one-story concrete building that does metal finishing work, according to Kyle Moore of the Seattle Fire Department. There were no reports of injuries, but the fire, reported at 12:53 p.m., took more than an hour to control.

A column of heavy smoke came out of the top of the building, and flames from the side. Businesses around the area were evacuated, and at least a couple have reported damage, Moore said.

The first fire units on the site called for an increased response because of the flames. Eventually there were 30 firefighting rigs at the site and more than 100 firefighters.

fremont-fire-webAt this time, firefighters don’t know the cause. Fire investigators are talking with business owners to learn what chemicals might have been in the building and what could have been involved in the fire, according to Moore.

Streets are closed in all directions, and crews are still putting water on the fires.

UPDATE,  2:09 p.m. | Firefighters have knocked down the blaze and are now battling hot spots.

ORIGINAL POST: The Seattle Fire Department is responding to a huge fire in the Fremont area.

According to Seattle police, the fire is at Asko Processing, 434 N. 35th St. Heavy smoke and flames are coming from the building.

The fire was reported at 12:51 p.m.

Seattle police are rerouting traffic. North 35th Street and North 36th Street between Evanston Avenue North and Phinney Avenue North are closed, police said.

There were no immediate reports of injuries.

According to the company’s website, the Asko Group plates, paints, repairs or re-conditions metal parts for aerospace, electronics and industrial applications. As a result, the fire is being treated as a hazardous materials incident.

National emergency declared over drought in northwestern province of Guanacaste Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s northwestern province of Guanacaste has faced the worst drought in 50 years, the National Meteorological Institute (IMN) said. In response, President Luis Guillermo Solís on Tuesday declared a national emergency in the province and other cantons across the country.

National Emergency Commission (CNE) President Iván Barrantes announced a national Yellow Alert, which allows the president to order resources to affected areas and coordinate government response. The CNE president said that no set budget has been allotted for the government’s emergency response, and the dimensions of the effort would be determined by conditions in coming months.

Rainfall in Guanacaste was 60 percent below average in August, according to the IMN, the worst since 1950. The Agriculture and Livestock Ministry reported that the region’s cattle industry has been hit especially hard, with more than $16.8 million in estimated loses. The ministry estimated another $9.3 million in losses in agriculture in Guanacaste.

IMN Director Juan Carlos Fallas said that despite September rains, the institute expects 20 percent less rainfall in Guanacaste in October.

In addition to a lack of drinking water and damage to crops and livestock, officials said the drought portended forest fires in coming months as the dry season approaches in November. The National System of Conservation Areas has put a fire contingency plan into effect for Costa Rica’s protected areas. The lack of rainfall also is stressing the country’s hydroelectric dams, which account for 73 percent of Costa Rica’s electricity production, according to the Costa Rican Electricity Institute.

Costa Rican meteorologists have blamed an “El Niño” phenomenon for the drought, which has taken a toll on countries across Central America this rainy season. In Costa Rica, the phenomenon warms the waters of the Pacific Ocean, decreasing rainfall in the western and central parts of the country while causing torrential rains along the Caribbean coast. (Note: There seems to be some disagreement between Costa Rican meteorologists and their colleagues in the United States over when to officially declare an El Niño phenomenon. U.S. meteorologists have not yet declared an El Niño phenomenon to be in effect, and they put the chances that it will happen later this year between 60-65 percent. Read more here, here, here and here. )

The emergency decree also covers the cantons of Orotina, San Mateo and Atenas in Alajuela, and Aguirre, Garabito, Montes de Oro, Esparza and the Central Canton of Puntarenas.

“[El Niño has] a progressive effect on these regions, and according to the National Meteorological Institute it could extend through next May,” Barrantes said.

Fire cracker factory explosion cause 1 killed, 12 injured

One person was killed and 12 others were injured in an explosion at an illegal firecracker factory at Pandua in West Bengal's Hoogly district on Wednesday.

Deputy superintendent of police Debasree Sanyal said the factory at Chapta village had no licence. The thatched roof of the factory was blown off under the impact of the explosion. Police have rushed to the spot and the injured have been hospitalized. The owner of the factory is absconding and the hunt is on to nab him, Sanyal added.

Link/Source: One killed, 12 injured in explosion in cracker factory
One person was killed and 12 others were injured in an explosion at an illegal firecracker factory at Pandua in West Bengal's Hoogly district on Wednesday.

Deputy superintendent of police Debasree Sanyal said the factory at Chapta village had no licence. The thatched roof of the factory was blown off under the impact of the explosion. Police have rushed to the spot and the injured have been hospitalized. The owner of the factory is absconding and the hunt is on to nab him, Sanyal added.

Human H5N1 avian flu in Giza infant in Egypt

The Egyptian Minister of Health and Population, Dr. Adel Adawi announced a human case of H5N1 avian influenza (AI) in a 3 month girl from the Giza governorate (computer translated).

The case, according to the Minister,  the date of onset of the illness  was Monday, 9/22/ 2014, where she was presenting symptoms of fever, sore throat, cough and  vomiting.

The girl’s parents took her to the Hospital of the Abbasid and she was released three days later. They said the child had exposure to dead birds.

A throat sample was taken and analyzed and confirmed positive for avian influenza virus (A / H5N1). The child was treated with Tamiflu and is reportably in stable condition.

According to the Health Ministry, this is the fourth human H5N1 AI case of 2014. However, the people at FluTrackers point out that this is the fifth case of the bird flu, writing on their site, “We have a record of 4 previous cases. 3 were announced by the Ministry of Health of Egypt and 1 was announced by the Ministry of Health of Beheira governorate: #14 Egypt – Female, 56, hospitalized in critical condition, #15 Egypt – Child, 4, mild condition, #16 Egypt – Female, 86, hospitalized in serious condition and #19 Egypt – Male, 34, hospitalized on ventilator Death.”

Confirm First Case Of MERS, Austrian Health Authorities

Austrian health authorities confirmed the first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and said Tuesday that the female patient from Saudi Arabia was in critical condition.

MERS“The patient is responding to therapy and is on the path to stable condition,” a hospital spokeswoman said.
The woman had arrived in Austria a few days earlier and was admitted to an isolation ward in a Vienna hospital, the Health Ministry said Monday.

A dozen cases of MERS have been recorded in the European Union so far, the ministry said.
The strain of the coronavirus that causes MERS was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

In July, WHO confirmed 291 deaths globally and 837 laboratory-confirmed cases of infection.

MERS has similarities to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) that broke out in Asia in 2003. It is deadlier but has a lower rate of transmission, with symptoms including fever, pneumonia and kidney failure.

280,000 fish killed by rare algae bloom in B.C. Salmon Farm, Canada

A rare and extreme algae bloom killed an estimated 280,000 fish at a northern Vancouver Island salmon farm last week.

Campbell River-based salmon producer Marine Harvest Canada said the company estimated a loss of up to 1,100 tonnes of salmon with an average weight of 4.1 kilograms each as a result of the bloom.

Communications manager Ian Roberts said the company had been on high alert over the summer for heterosigma akashiwo, a harmful plankton known to kill salmon, at its Marsh Bay salmon farm near Port Hardy, B.C.

“There was little wind, and you put the water not moving and warm temperatures together, and things bloom,” said Roberts. “It can happen anywhere along the coast.”

Roberts said the loss of salmon, which were a few months away from being harvested, accounted for about three per cent of the company’s overall salmon production for the year.

Marine Harvest Canada has insurance to cover these types of rare events, Roberts said.

Although tarps and aeration helped reduce the harmful plankton at the company’s salmon farms in other regions of Vancouver Island, production director James Gaskill said in a news release its systems at Marsh Bay “just couldn’t overcome this extreme and rare bloom.”

With the weather changing, the company said they are not anticipating any further algae blooms, and the salmon have stopped dying.