Physicians at an airport in Guinea, west Africa have now been battling to retain the spread of the deadly Ebola disease.
It’s the worst outbreak in years.
Passengers’ body conditions are measured by thermal picture cameras. Health personnel are alerted to everyone more than 38 degrees Celsius.
Harry Jagatic, a physian type the international medical charity Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said people who’d sought medical aid in the first phases of the condition, had greater odds of success.
“When an individual comes early, approaches us early inside the illness then we’ve seen better results. Other factors including degree of inoculation of the condition, meaning just how much of herpes they were subjected to can also be an issue,” said Jagatic.
Ebola may live in bats, rats and monkeys and may be handed down to individuals who eat the bushmeat.
The herpes virus causes vomiting, fever and external and internal bleeding. It’s of a 90-percent fatality rate. There’s no known cure.
The episode has spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Ebola Virus Disease Outbreaks
Countries suffering from the Ebola disease contain, Uganda, DR Congo, Sudan, Gabon, South Africa (ex-Gabon), Ivory Coast, Liberia, and Guinea.