Ebola virus disease abbreviated as EVD is a fatal and very severe disease. It was in the first place discovered in the African DR Congo in 1976. Ebola originates from animals and it is spread to people by interaction with the life blood, other fleshly fluids and dead infected bodies.
In 2014, there was a severe and persistent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa first reported in Guinea. The outbreak spread to Sierra Leone, Liberia, Senegal and Nigeria. By the end of that year, approximately 10,000 persons had been infected, of whom nearly half the infected died.
Ebola Treatment and Care
There are efforts ongoing to develop drugs that can treat Ebola although there are none that can treat or prevent it. World Health Organization intended to initiate testing vaccines…