Nearly everything that the government has been saying about how and when Ebola is transmissible is turning out to be false, as evidenced by yet another peg in the Ebola matrix of lies coming undone. Even if an Ebola carrier is not showing symptoms, admits the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, quietly on its website, he or she can still spread the disease to others.
This is not what the CDC has been saying publicly, of course. The health agency almost violently insists that it is impossible to catch Ebola from someone who is not yet showing symptoms. Except that it actually is possible, according to a 1999 study published in The Journal of Infectious Diseases.
Researchers from the CDC discovered during a 1995 Ebola outbreak in the Republic of Congo that viral antigen was present in nearly all patients, regardless of which acute phase of illness they were presently suffering. Though the virus was found to be present in different amounts depending on symptom severity, it was still there and still transmissible.
On its website, the CDC still admits this to be true, but for some reason refuses to talk about it on the national news. The contraindicating message being sent to the country is that Ebola is no big deal, unless a person is showing symptoms, you are free to eat, drink and be merry without a care in the world! CDC says Ebola victims can still spread disease without symptoms But here’s what the CDC quietly admits on its website, which changes the game entirely.