Sweat - One kid (with Ebola) wipes off their forehead and lands on another kid.
Ebola is caused by 4 viruses, and one virus but in non-human primates - meaning monkeys. Ebola virus, Sudan virus, Taï Forest virus, and Bundibugyo virus. The fifth, Reston virus, has caused disease in nonhuman primates, but not in humans.
Ways to Prevent Ebola
Some minor symptoms of ebola include: Fever Sever Headaches Joint and muscle aches Chills Weakness
Is there a Cure? No.
In order to get Ebola, you must get infected body fluids (blood, diarrhea, sweat, vomit, urine, semen, breast milk) in your mouth, nose, eyes, or through a break in your skin (such as a minor cut could get you infected by someone with Ebola who has sweat) or through sexual contact.
We will help you as soon as we can. It will just be a little wait is that okay?
Wash hands every once in awhile or use alcohol based hand sanitizer. Avoid contact with blood and body fluids of any people, especially someone who is sick. Don’t hold or touch any thing that an infected person has touched with infected body fluids or blood. Find medical care immediately if you develop fever and/or any of the following symptoms: headache, muscle pain, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, or unexplained bruising or bleeding.
There is no medical treatment but doctors are working on a cure. The current research being done to prevent ebola is that scientists have been studying how it’s spread to see if there is another way to convert the transmission.This means the exact origin and natural habitat of the virus are a mystery, with significant implications for treatment and prevention.
Spread of Ebola can happen through close contact when caring for ill persons. Without proper cleaning and sterilization of medical equipment, Ebola can spread quickly.