The Ebola virus has an incubation period of 4 days to just over two weeks. Onset is rapid. Its symptoms include headache, fever, chills, and muscular pain¾not unlike the common cold or influenza. In time, sore throat, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea appear. The most ghastly symptom, however, manifests itself within a week of infection.
It's November of 2012, a deadly virus reaches the North American continent.
Modern aircraft enable travel from any major city, USA to Africa or the Pacific Rim, a trip that once required months, in only 15 hours. Given the sheer volume of traffic and connections from these airports alone, a pathogen brought in from abroad could infect most major American cities in a matter of days, or hours, given that its incubation period is 4 days; identical to that of the Ebola virus. By December, nine out of ten Americans will be dead. Within Biohazard 2012, numerous authors reveal what transpires in their last few weeks, days, or hours during such devastation.
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