She packed up a carload of all the survival gear I could still wrangle from the military and a stock of Cure darts and took off.”
Cure teams and scavenging missions still extended beyond the Barrier, but as fewer and fewer Infected were found and old resources grew ever more scarce, it looked as if the Barrier was now a permanent fixture instead of a mobile one.
It didn’t do much apart from replicate, but from time to time it woulddisplay a poorly written English language message on the computer screen:PROGRAM SICK ERROR: CALL DOCTOR OR BUY PIXEL FOR CURE DESCRIPTION.
Of fowls of ev’ry kind That in this world have feathers and stature, Men mighten in that place assembled find, Before that noble goddess of Nature;And each of them did all his busy cure care, pains Benignely to choose, or for to take,By her accord,* his formel <39> or his make.*
"Now I have got you," said Sancho; "in that case the fame of them who bring the dead to life, who give sight to the blind, cure cripples, restore health to the sick, and before whose tombs there are lamps burning, and whose chapels are filled with devout folk on their knees adoring their relics be a better fame in this life and in the other than that which all the heathen emperors and knights-errant that have ever been in the world have left or may leave behind them?"
It was the duffel bag that the Cured were given when they left the Cure camps.
Not only that, but we happen to find out about the disease only weeks before the military is scheduled to start Cure sweeps of that area.