Forget Covid-19, we have the good old Ebola back. Was a much more fun virus anyway!
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Guinean health authorities announced that eight people have been tested for the Ebola virus. Three of them have died. The resurgence of the Ebola virus in the West African country of Guinea prompted the government to conduct an emergency meeting. Back in 2013 till 2016 the virus killed more than 11,300 people. The virus never managed to spread around the World, and remained mostly confined in Guinea, and a number of neighboring countries.
Very early this morning, the Conakry laboratory confirmed the presence of theEbolavirus.
Ebola virus disease (EVD) first appeared in 1976.The Ebola virus causes serious illness which if left untreated will kill the host in a matter of weeks. The virus is considered to be infectious, but not that contagious since it cannot be transmitted through the air. It’s only way of transmission is through contact with bodily fluids infected with the virus…
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