Let's face it we need to find a safe and productive system for the disposal of the infected corpses we have polluting our streets and buildings. Fire being one of the top obvious and easiest choices thus far. It would burn away the flesh, the blood, and hopefully the infection. There could be some potential problems with this method. The biggest being that we don't know how the smoke from the burning of infected corpses will affect us, animals or our environment. Another potentially problematic outcome would be that we don't know yet if our burning of the bodies could possibly make the virus air born again. Right now we know that it is transmitted through bite, scratches, saliva, blood and the exchange of any and all bodily fluids from the infected. Thankfully it's no longer air born at this point in time. Who knows if it will ever become air born again. We must take every precaution possible because we don't know how this particular virus might evolve or mutate. All viruses in nature evolve or mutate at some point in it's existence. I've started setting up safety procedures for the safe and quick incineration of infected corpses. This is only a preliminary report of course. Until we figure out the effects this is going to have on us. So remember to follow the steps carefully, methodically and safely once they are posted. Be safe, Vanity.