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What is the Ebola Virus
Transcript of What is the Ebola Virus
The virus that's killing many.
it is an infectious and generally fatal disease marked by fever and severe internal bleeding, spread through contact with infected body fluids by a filo virus (Ebola Virus), whose normal host species unknown. (Google Dictionary)
What is the Ebola Virus
At least two of these fruit bat species are also found in Guinea — which is where the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa began — so it's possible that these bats were sources for the outbreak, Gatherer told Live Science. (google dictionary)
where did the Ebola virus Start?
Ebola Death Toll 2014: How Many People Have Really Died From Virus? The number of Ebola cases so far this year: 9,936. How many people have been killed by Ebola: 4,877. These are the official figures put out by the World Health Organization, widely regarded as the authority on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. (google dictionary)
What is the Ebola virus death toll?
Ebola viruses are found in several African countries. Ebola was first discovered in 1976 near the Ebola River in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Since then, outbreaks have appeared sporadically in Africa. The natural reservoir host of Ebola virus remains unknown. (google dictionary)
What is The history of the Ebola Virus?
How Did the Ebola virus begin?
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THe Ebola virus outbreak that’s ravaging West Africa probably started with a single infected person, a new genetic analysis shows. This West African variant can be traced genetically to a single introduction, perhaps a person infected by a bat, researchers report in the journal Science.
Their study paints a remarkably detailed picture of how the virus spread from Guinea to Sierra Leone and Liberia in an outbreak that’s taken the lives of more than 1,500 people — including five of the researchers who worked on the report. (Says The NBC’s News Report)
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