The United States is sending 3,000 Soldiers to Liberia with No guarantee they won’t be infected with Ebola?

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LISTEN NOW!Greg, Pat and John continue the conversation about the realities of the Ebola virus and what is taking place across the world. Recently, the United States has decided to send 3,000 troops to Liberia in response to what is taking place. In an ABC News report, significant questions are raised about this: aren’t the soldiers in danger of being exposed to the virus? Reportedly, the soldiers will respond in a way that is not in direct contact with those infected. What is important to consider is that, currently, only 20% of those with Ebola are being treated. What about those who have yet to be transported to a treatment center? We must pray for all of those responding, the troops, and all of those in Liberia. Find out the details of these critical events and so much more. Also shared in this segment: ABC, military, prayer, Liberia, Ebola, logistics, engineers, and repentance. WATCH FULL PROGRAM!

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