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Q: would we even know if ebola broke out in china?

Would the government tell the public or would they make sure no-one found out? what do u think?

5 years 23 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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Yes we would know, and yes there is a case in china now... I read this on a news-post on "wechat" in  a news group... 

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If the s*it hit the fan I think the news would spread quickly. I don't think the government would be able to cover up the news. I know if it did get bad I would be out of here in a flash, lol. A less populous country with better hygiene would be in order.

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China would would probably the be the most ruthless and efficient country to stop the disease spreading.

 

If it broke out in your town, you wouldn't know about it, you'd be dead.

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I was actually thinking about this the other day, when I had to witness a few throat cleaning and spitting sessions.  This is surely prime breeding ground for viruses like Ebola.  I wouldn't want to be in China if Ebola hits, there will be no way to contain it.

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What is what happened during the SARS epidemic. They try to hide the fact but they failed.

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