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Outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea: Ecology Meets Economy

Ebola virus is back – but why?

Ebola virus is back, this time in West Africa, with over 350 cases and a 69% case fatality ratio. 238 more words

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NOVA Exclusive: Reports Depopulation Begins, CDC Ebola Biological Warfare USA Department of Defense Eugenics Video | U. S. Politics

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Before It’s News

NOVA is reporting that the new Ebola bio-warfare is to reduce Africa’s growing population and will spread worldwide outbreak no treatment no cure deadly virus. 165 more words

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Australian airports scanned for signs of Ebola

The Sydney Morning Herald Julia Medew July 31, 2014

Customs officers are looking out for sick people in Australian airports who could be carrying Ebola as fear mounts about the world’s largest outbreak of the deadly disease. 73 more words

Virology

Middle East respiratory virus came from camels, not terrorists

The Conversation 30 July 2014

The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) is a tiny, spiky package of fat, proteins and genes that was first found in a dying man in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2012. 63 more words

Virology

Ebola virus: Liberia shuts schools, quarantines communities in bid to halt outbreak; suspected cases sent home as isolation unit fills up

ABC News 31 July 2014

Liberia has quarantined communities and closed schools in the toughest measures yet imposed by a West African government trying to halt the worst Ebola outbreak on record. 61 more words

Virology

‘Out of Control’ Ebola Epidemic Caused by Cutting Down Rainforest

Ebola, the highly lethal hemorrhagic fever that can cause people to bleed out of their eyes and ears, is sweeping through West Africa. The current strain is unrelated to those which caused previous outbreaks in Uganda and Congo, meaning health officials are dealing with a new source, which is likely a bat or ape or some other wild animal. 358 more words

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