Are Ebola Victims Really Rising?

Liberia. Posted 3rd. Oct. 2014

Last week the internet and more traditional publications were alight with reports of the strange goings on in separate communities in Nimba County, Liberia.

Claims were made that two patients had died and reanimated back from the dead.

The victims, both females in their 40s and 60s, died of the deadly virus in separate communities in Nimba County, Liberia.

But according to reports in a local newspaper, the pair have reportedly been resurrected and are now walking among the living, causing panic and fear among locals.

The New Dawn Nimba County said the late Dorris Quoi of Hope Village Community and the second victim identified as Ma Kebeh, in her late 60s, were about to be taken for burial when they rose from the dead.

Ma Kebeh had been indoors for two nights without food and medication before her alleged death.

Nimba County has recently reported unusual news of Ebola cases, including one about a native doctor from the county, who claimed that he could cure infected victims, dying of the virus himself last week.

Since the Ebola outbreak in Nimba County, this is the first incident of dead victims resurrecting, the paper said.

The Centre’s scientists believe there may be as many as 21,000 reported and unreported cases ofEebola in just Liberia and Sierra Leone alone by the end of this month.

The World Health Organisation has already warned the number of people infected with the Ebola could reach 20,000 by the beginning of November if steps to contain the outbreak are not accelerated.

True or false?
While the report was widely aggregated to several international news outlets, a few key aspects remain unclear. No reports address how the patients were declared dead, or what transpired between that moment and their miraculous resurrections.

There are alsos no other media reports on the matter and it appears unsubstantiated. No corroborating reports of Ebola resurrections have surfaced since the initial story was published in Liberia, and no details have emerged to clarify the circumstances under which the patients "died."

The World Health Authority has not confirmed that either victim contracted necro-mortosis. In fact, it said in a statement that "There are very few cases of the mortosis pandemic in Liberia. This is in part due to the large presence of medical and quarantine staff available in the region."


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