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The Outbreak of Ebola

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The Outbreak of Ebola
By Feifei and Glorianna
Healthcare workers infected.
Infections
What is Ebola?
Symptoms:
Vomit blood, have bloody diarrhea and rashes
Feels like flu, cold or other sicknesses.
Symptoms show up 2-21 days after infection.
High fever
Sore throat
Head aches
Bibliography:
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Joint and muscle aches
Weakness
Stomach Pain
Uncontrollable bleeding (internal &external)
How is Ebola Spread?
Information References:
What is happening now?
Lack of appetite
Infectious disease
Through bodily fluids or blood
Not an air borne disease.
Less contagious than influenza and colds.
No outs!
Restricted from leaving to prevent further infections.
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Sierra Leone
Liberia
Senegal
Ebola Deaths from April to September
Travel Ban
Pros
Cons
Guinea
Contact with dead bodies often at funerals.
2.5 million children under the age of five.

75% of infected cases comprised of women.
Early 2014
Late August 2014
September 10th, 2014
Began in Guinea
Quickly spread to Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Nigeria and Senegal report cases of Ebola.
Over 4,200 confirmed/probable cases reported in the region.
Over 2,200 deaths
Hemorrhagic Symptoms
conjunctivitis
NOW
Over 3000 deaths as of 3 days ago

THE MAIN ISSUES
Infections Spreading
Travel Ban issued on infected countries
Maintaining Future Peace
Getting Infected
No one is 100% protected
No cure or vaccine proven effective
But less risk of infection and death in other countries.
Ebola is most common in places with bad hygiene and without clean supplies.
Living in a clean environment and with healthcare available, Canadians and many other countries are at a lower risk.
Causes blood-clotting cells to clog and lead to uncontrollable bleeding.
Deaths from past cases of Ebola
3091
Issues VS Solutions
Maintaining future peace
Africa can feel abandoned by us and other nations if we do not help them now.
The travel ban isolates the countries from help.
The United Nations and other parts of Africa are urging the ban to be lifted.
Many citizens of the affected area are infected and need treatment.
The United Nations and many countries together are sending help, doctors and nurses.
Healthcare workers, nurses and doctors are teaching and treating patients and citizens.
WHAT ARE YOU OPINIONS ON THE BAN?
According to the UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund)
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