Fake News - iPhone 6 Phones Contaminated With Ebola Virus – 21,200 Confirmed Case
Sep 24, 2014
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The Fake News: iPhone 6 Phones Contaminated With Ebola Virus – 21,200 Confirmed Case
iPhone 6 Phones Contaminated With Ebola Virus – 21,200 Confirmed Cases Since Friday Release. Apple’s iPhone 6 was bought up by over 8 million eager purchaser’s over the weekend.
On a report Friday evening on Fox News, it was confirmed that several iPhones sold contained the Ebola virus, with over 1,000 confirmed cases of Ebola contamination, but since then it has risen to over 21,000.
These phones were assembled in a plastic manufacturing warehouse in Sierra Leone, where the largest Ebola outbreak has been spreading. On Saturday, according to USA Today, Sierra Leone’s 6 million residents were placed on a rare three-day lockdown. President Ernest Bai Koroma called the shutdown “extraordinary.”
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