Facts about Ebola


Facts about Ebola

  • Ebola is not spread through casual contact, air, water, food grown in the U.S
  • You can get the Ebola virus bodily fluids from a person who has gotten Ebola or who died from it
  • Infected animals can carry Ebola
  • Some symptoms of Ebola can come in into 2 to 21 days.
  • The symptoms of Ebola can be a high fever headache, vomiting, muscle pain, and unexplained bleeding or bruising.
  • Ebola was first discovered back in 1976
  • Their is no true vaccine for Ebola but they use other means to get rid of it
  • They test for Ebola by antibody-capture enzyme, and linked immunosorbent.
  • The case fatality rate for Ebola is 90 percent
  • Ebola symptoms can also consist of rashes, and red eyes


  • Most of the countries who have contracted this disease live in dry climates
  • 74 percent of the countries who have the disease live in poverty and the health care is very limited