State of emergency

Ebola got a head start on us, is far ahead of us, is running faster than us and is winning the race”, Anthony Banbury told the UN Security Council on Wednesday.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) projects the pace of infections accelerating in West Africa – to as many as 10,000 new cases per week within two months.

Mr Banbury said the global response to the Ebola crisis must meet critical goals by 1 December “or face an entirely unprecedented situation for which we don’t have a plan”.

By that date, the world must ensure that at least 70 per cent of people infected are in treatment and at least 70 per cent of burials occur without contamination, he said.

I look at social media how various conspiracy theories flowing around . One theory weirder than the other. Meanwhile people are dying and hundreds of heroes voluntarily trying to help fight the ebola.
My country has suffered from 14 !!!!!!! Years of civil war
It’s economy is Down on Its knees and right now Everything is falling apart
Nobody can do Everything but everyone can do something

I’m begging you




25 thoughts on “State of emergency

  1. I continue to pray for situations I Liberia.  I also pray that since the world is wakening up about the seriousness of Ebola, sending help, in many ways the USA and other countries will make a difference in eradicating this horrible disease.  God Bless everyone…Clara Cart

  2. Thank you so Much Elin 🙂 .I agree with you and it seems like the world has woken up and realised that ebola sees no borders and concerns us all .Happy to hear that you’ve Lived in Liberia ..What part ?

  3. My thoughts are with you Simon Tocclo, your family and all Liberians. Together we can all help to “Kick Ebola out of Liberia”. I’ve Heard Word about that Sweden is sending police and other personal to Liberia to help in the fight against Ebola. My thoughts will always be with Liberia and all Liberians since I partly grew up there. Stay Safe and God Bless!!!

  4. I feel so sad for Simon his family and the 1000’s of others who are dealing with Ebola epidemics. I will certainly have those people in Liberian in prayer. I have no words, but I can pray for often for this country thorn with disease and no cure in sight. Pray for Simon and his family as well. Peace and health to all. Clara

  5. Reblogged this on C-Dog & Company and commented:
    It’s Saturday, and for once I’m not writing about animals. Yes, I love all animals, dearly. But I also know there are other concerns, other pressing things to worry about. For instance …
    I’m worried about Ebola. I turn the TV on, or look at websites on my computer, and I see the threat of this terrible disease has finally made its way to American shores. But lest we forget, the epicenter of this dreadful virus is Africa, and for many, many people in that country living with Ebola is a daily reality.
    My friend, (you must check out her blog! now!), asked her readers to share Simon’s blog, Liberian Me, and I’m happy to do so. Simon’s country is in the midst of one of the worst Ebola epidemics every experienced. Please, read his blog. Follow him. Learn. Educate yourself.
    Have a safe, thoughtful weekend.

  6. Hi Simon,
    Me again, I set up a new post with a link to your site. It’s not showing in the Reader yet – I hope it does. It’s on my blog.
    Peace, my friend,

  7. Simon,
    I’m so sorry – I just tried reblogging your post. My new host site doesn’t seem to be allowing. I’m going to see if I can get some WP support to be able to reblog – for now I’ll do the next best thing and make a link.

  8. Oh, Simon my friend,
    My heart goes out to you and your family. I pray all will be well and good health restored to all in need of healing…
    I will absolutely repost this –

  9. Yeah 😦 I’m deeply worried ..Will go back to Liberia as soon as possible and help ..please repost ..everyone needs to see this ..Love and light ❤

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