Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Ebola Vaccination Fury: Johnson & Johnson To Have 1/4 Million Ebola Vaccine Courses Ready By May 2015 & 1 Million By December 2015

According to testimony to be given tomorrow in front of the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations Hearing on “U.S. Government Response: Fighting Ebola and Protecting America”,  The Ebola vaccination furry will be underway by May 2015 when Johnson & Johnson will have 250,000 doses of Ebola vaccine ready to split up between the US government, WHO, &  African Nations.

The obvious outfall of this effort is that American Healthcare Workers should expect mandatory Ebola vaccination within the next year. Johnson & Johnson's time line indicates they will have 1 million full vaccine courses ready by the end of 2015 and 4 million full courses ready by the end of 2016.

"Johnson & Johnson is seeking funding from several government entities to support these efforts but is fully prepared to assure that both Crucell and Bavarian Nordic are financially resourced to ramp up advanced manufacturing and production capabilities to fill the initial deployment of 250,000 vaccine doses by May 2015. Non-stop acceleration of testing and scaling up over the next year is expected to yield one million vaccine courses by the end of 2015 and two to four million by the end of 2016."



  1. BREAKING EBOLA in the USA Update: Ebola Patient now in Omaha, Nebraska Extremely Critical.

    Ebola patient Dr. Martin Salia arrived at Nebraska Medicine in Omaha Saturday (15 Nov 14) afternoon.

    Today, Sunday morning, a release from the hospital described his condition as extremely critical.

    We're told doctors are using "the maximum amount of supportive care possible" to save his life.

    “This is an hour-by-hour situation,” said Dr. Phil Smith, medical director of the Biocontainment Unit at Nebraska Medical Center and a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, the hospital’s academic partner. “He is extremely ill. We have multiple highly-trained specialists who are experts in their fields targeting his most serious medical issues.”

    More Ebola information at:

    Potrblog there is no discussion in Omaha, about how they intend to dispose of all the Ebola contaminated waste produced hour by hour from this critically ill Ebola patient in bodily fluids or treatment and medical equipment used.


    National Guard announced Sunday that it has been notified of a pending
    mobilization in support of Operation United Assistance, the U.S. response to
    the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

    Approximately 80 soldiers from the Iowa Army National Guard,based in Washington, Iowa, may be deployed next spring for approximately six months.

    The deployment is in support of the U.S. government in a humanitarian mission designed to stop the spread of the virus and keep it from becoming a “pandemic that could potentially impact American citizens,” a press release said.

    In the release, Col. Greg Hapgood, director of public affairs for the Iowa National Guard, said:

    “All Soldiers will be provided necessary training and equipment to prevent the Ebola virus from infecting them. As a precautionary measure and to ensure everyone’s safety, all Soldiers re-deploying from Africa will undergo an observation program overseas to ensure all returning personnel are healthy and have not contracted the Ebola virus.”

    The Iowa soldiers would provide medial support to the humanitarian effort to help. The deadly Ebola virus has killed more than 5,000 people since the outbreak began.

    Deployment is not expected to exceed one year.

    Soldiers from the 294th Area Support Medical Company will be sent to West Africa, the same group of soldiers that was previously deployed in 2009 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    Operation United Assistance is led by the United States Agency for International Development. The Department of Defense and other U.S. government agencies are providing support as needed to the operation.

    For questions and additional information, the public is asked to contact Col. Hapgood at 515-252-4582.

    Read more:

    Other EBOLA in the USA information at:

  3. BREAKING EBOLA NEWS: Senator Nominee Iowa Dietz Calls on Governor to Keep Iowa Guard Out of Africa

    Senator Nominee Iowa Dietz Calls on Governor to Keep Iowa Guard Out of Africa

    Shawn Dietz, Republican nominee for State Senate from District 27, this evening sent a letter to Governor Terry Branstad in response to President Barack Obama’s Executive Order that called for possible National Guard troop deployment to nations in West Africa to deal with the outbreak of Ebola. The text of the letter follows:

    Dear Governor Branstad,

    I am writing you in response to today’s executive order from President Obama authorizing deployment of National Guard troops to West Africa to “…provid[e] support to civilian-led humanitarian assistance and consequence management support related to the Ebola virus disease outbreak.” I am writing to encourage you to stand on your authority under the Constitution of the State of Iowa as the Commander in chief of the Iowa National Guard, and deny any request from the Federal Government to unnecessarily send Iowa’s troops into harm’s way. An action that would surely put their lives in danger, and upon their return home, may put the health and wellness of their families and other Iowans in jeopardy.

    With more than 4,000 deaths, the Ebola outbreak in Africa is certainly dangerous and tragic. There are certainly better options for the Federal Government to provide assistance and support to these West African nations than sending our troops to fight an invisible, biological enemy, causing certain sickness and death for some of the brave men and women who would be deployed, and the possible spread of this virus upon their return.

    I write to you this evening as a citizen of our great State, concerned for the health and welfare of our National Guard, as well as the general public. Thank you for consideration of this request.