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Bubonic plague. Malaria. Small pox. Yellow Fever. Measles. Influenza. Cholera.

And now Ebola.

These diseases have killed hundreds of thousands of people through the years, not only in the United States, but worldwide.

With the most current — and the most widespread — outbreak of Ebola in Africa and the death toll rising to nearly 1,000, one would think this is a serious enough disease and the powers that be would exacerbate all efforts to keep the virus contained.

But that’s not true. In recent days there have been two people enter into the United States with the disease.

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