Professional moving coordinator and storage organizer Jessica Lain recommends that the U.S. government and CDC get organized for the fight on Ebola. Using the same color coding she uses for organizing a move, she thinks the CDC can regain lost trust with the US population, just as she has with her clients.
“A color coded system to the Ebola crisis would really help everyone get organized and take a lot of anxiety out of the the current pandemic crisis that is developing.” Ms. Lain recommended on Monday. She has been helping people get organized for their Hudson move since 2001. She prefers color coded tape to help people overcome the stress of packing up their lives. She recommends the SmartMove product line of color coded tape that Uhaul offers.
Ms. Lain went on to liken the disease Ebola to an act of microscopic terrorism, and recommended the US government refer to the disease as a terrorist attack on our soil.
“Just as I like to color code bedroom 1 and bedroom 2, etc., I think it’s wise for the government to assign a color to amount of perceived threat that our citizens are facing. It helps to put a color to an invisible virus.” If Ms. Lain is right, and the CDC follows her recommendations, “[the US government] could have the Ebola threat wrapped up in a matter of months, much like the War on Terror in the early 2000’s. “