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If Ebola remains in semen of infected men, why were male Ebola victims in US 'cleared' as virus-free?


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(NaturalNews) An Indian man has been placed under mandatory quarantine in his home country after tests came back positive for the Ebola virus in his semen, according to new reports. The 26-year-old Indian national was hospitalized nearly two months ago in Liberia after contracting the disease and had since been thought to be cleared of the virus, which turned out to be false.

CNN reports that the man was initially released from a Liberian hospital on September 30 with documents in hand declaring him to be Ebola-free. But Indian authorities later conducted their own tests just to confirm and were surprised to find traces of the virus in the man's semen.

"Currently, this person is not having any symptoms of the disease," reads a statement issued by Indian authorities. "However, he would be kept under isolation in the special health facility of (the) Delhi Airport Health Organization, till such time his body fluids test negative and he is found medically fit to be discharged."

Every discharged male Ebola victim is still a public health threat

What this suggests is that Dr. Kent Brantly, Dr. Thomas Cairns and all the other male Ebola survivors are still a public health threat. If Ebola is still being detected in a male patient who was discharged as healthy nearly two months ago, then it is probably still present in these men, who have since returned home to their families.

The only reason this was even discovered is because the Indian man had recently attempted to fly back to New Delhi, upon which health officials in his native land decided to take extra precautionary measures. The man was reportedly "symptom-free," yet tests revealed that he still had traces of the virus in his bodily fluids.

In fact, the Indian man had undergone three separate Ebola tests at the airport prior to flying, and all of them came back negative. But when he arrived in India, a follow-up test showed that Ebola was still present, proving both that Ebola tests are wildly inaccurate and that the virus is longer-lasting than we have all been led to believe.

The reason for this, says Marie-Christine Ferir, an emergency coordinator for Doctors Without Borders, is because Ebola antibodies produced in the bloodstream don't reach the testicles.

"Since Ebola can be transmitted through sexual contact, male survivors are sent home with condoms and instructed to use them for the next three months if they engage in intercourse," she stated to NPR.

Ebola clearly persists well beyond observable infection period

The CDC supposedly agrees with this, but you'll be hard-pressed to find any information about this in the media prior to this recent revelation. Since we first began reporting on this outbreak, there has hardly been any mention in the mainstream media about the Ebola virus possibly persisting in bodily fluid for several months after a person is cleared as being a "survivor." Natural News first reported on this possibility in early August.

This ironic failure seems to match the entire Ebola narrative, which has changed dramatically on numerous occasions since it first started gaining speed. In the beginning, we were all told that the only way to contract Ebola was to literally share blood with someone else. Now, we know that the virus can spread through surfaces and even through micro-droplets in the air.

For more on the Ebola outbreak scam, be sure to check out these insightful reports by investigative journalist Jon Rappoport:

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