First and foremost I want to give a biiiig applause and extend my appreciation to all the nurses, laboratory technicians, phlebotomists, nurse aides, physicians, paramedics, other hospital personnel and the non-hospital civilians who do their best to protect and help those in need. Your work saves lives and provides joy to people's lives. You should feel proud. So Lev works at a hospital somewhere in East Texas as a medical lab tech. We are about 2 hours away from Dallas. Today there was a suspected Ebola patient who lives in this area but worked in the same hospital where the current Ebola cases are being treated and this patient is exhibiting the telltale signs of Ebolavirus infection. I never thought in my dreams that this would happen. It's no longer close to home, it is home. I am fucking terrified to say the least. Haha I am not trying to scare you all but I am wanting to say, don't assume you're too far from it. Remember I am located two hours from Shreveport, Louisiana; Idabel, Oklahoma; and Little Rock, Arkansas. Dallas is also just two hours away and I thought it would NEVER get to where I am. So yeah. Reality is starting to sink in now that I am not so shaken up. Be educated and be prepared guise. TL;DR: IWAKU IS THE BEST AND YOU GUISE NEED TO STAY SAFE. I love yew guise.