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Ebola The migrant caravan from Honduras has been infiltrated by people from Bangladesh, Haiti, Congo and Sri Lanka, according to embedded reporters.
Congo migrants are fleeing violence from rebels the daily attacks killing women and children, and the rebels have killed several ebola virus health care workers in Congo. rebels have shot up cars and homes in panic Congo residents have fled by foot and for those able to purchase airline tickets, plane flights to south america, europe to find new homes.
ebola outbreak map suspected congo migrants were joining the migrant caravan with new facts from reporters on the ground with the caravans we can say yes congo migrants exposed to ebola virus could be in the caravan already.
how many migrants will come down with ebola virus? what if the migrants start showing signs of ebola virus symptoms? will the migrants take care of the new ebola virus patients? will the caravan flee and seek shelter or will they head back home to family being exposed to ebola virus? this deadly scenario would make for a great movie but this might happen if congo migrants get ebola virus symptoms. could it happen? how can anyone know if it could?
A second migrant caravan of 2,000 migrants formed on Sunday and started marching to Guatemala with a plan to reach the U.S. as their final destination.
Also, according to Judicial Watch, who has a reporter embedded in caravan, migrants from Haiti, Congo, Sri Lanka, Angola, Cameroon, and Bangladesh latched onto the caravan.
Approximately 1,700 migrants turned around Monday back into Honduras at one checkpoint (Chiquimula), coming in on buses, said Tom Fitton.
Investigative reporter Sara Carter is currently embedded and reporting live .
President Trump declared a national emergency Monday morning and announced that he will begin cutting off aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala as the migrant caravan marches through Mexico up to the U.S. border.