PANIC AS EBOLA VIRUS IS FOUND IN A BAT IN LIBERIA

The deadly Ebola virus has been reportedly found in a bat in Liberia, sparking quite some panic in the African nation.Researchers and the Liberian health

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Ebola: Ebola virus disease or Ebola hemorrhagic fever is the human disease that may be caused by any of four of the five known ebola viruses. These four viruses are: Bundibugyo virus , Ebola virus , Sudan virus , and Ta Forest virus ). EVD is a viral hemorrhagic fever , and is clinically nearly indisting