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Ebola is a virus in the filoviridae family (filovirus) that causes severe fever, known as Ebola virus disease or HVF for viral haemorrhagic fever. Particularly virulent, the Ebola virus can cause death (between 25 and 90% mortality depending on epidemics). The 2014 epidemic has, according to WHO, a mortality rate of around 54%. Ebola haemorrhagic fever is a very serious, contagious, life-threatening disease. WHO calls it “one of the most virulent diseases in the world” .How is the Ebola virus transmitted? The spread of Ebola occurs through direct contact with: the blood or biological fluids (e.g. urine, saliva, feces, vomit and semen) of a person with Ebola virus; objects contaminated with the virus (e.g., dirty clothing or sheets, used needles or syringes); infected animals.Ebola virus disease does not spread or by air, not by water, or by food as a rule. What are the symptoms of Ebola? The Ebola virus spreads only after the onset of symptoms, which are usually manifested after an incubation period of 2 to 21 days.Acute onset of feverWeakness and muscle painheadache Throat irritation Vomiting and diarrheaRenal and hepatic failureInternal and external hemorrhages (in some cases)

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