LIBERIA REPORTS 3rd EBOLA VICTIM RESURRECTED FROM THE DEAD & RELEASES PICTURES OF 1st "EBOLA ZOMBIE"
Nimba, a county in Liberia, Africa, is struck by fear and panic, after a 3rd dead Ebola patients has reportedly resurrected from the dead and is roaming around the living infecting others.
The victims have allegedly been reported to be women in their 40s and 60s who were thought to have died from the virus in Liberia’s Nimba County according to a report published by local paper The New Dawn Liberia
According to the report, the pair of “Ebola Zombies” have been identified to be Dorris Quote and Ma Kabeh, both said to be in their 60s. The victims, both from Hope Village Community and the Catholic Community in Ganta, were about to be buried when they unexpectedly “rose from the dead.”
Witnesses claimed that Ma Kabeh, who was infected by the Ebola virus, had stayed indoors for about two nights without receiving any food or medication prior to her death being reported. When residents of the county gathered to prepare her burial, they were terrorized to see the dead rise. News of the two resurrected victims has reportedly created panic in residents throughout the county, where many are wondering whether Kebeh survived the virus after all, if the presumption of her death turned out to be false.
Since the Ebola outbreak in Nimba County, the town had previously reported strange incidents associated to the virus, but that this was the first time that dead patients had allegedly came back from the dead. Another report claimed that a native doctor who said could cure Ebola, died from the virus himself last week. Ebola has killed around 2,800 people in West Africa so far with over 5,800 cases reported up to date.
There is currently no known cure to the Ebola virus, although studies are underway to develop an effective vaccine to stop it from spreading. The World Health Organization has predicted that if the virus, which currently holds a 70 percent mortality rate, could infect over hundreds of thousands of people if not controlled in the next four months. Giztzzz… mAdE t.V!