Doctors Without Borders employee aiding children in Africa who are suffering from Ebola.
Graffiti in Ebola-ridden country.
Symptoms include: Fever headache Joint and muscle aches Chills Muscle weakness As they grow worse it can include: Nausea and vomiting Diarrhea (bloody) Red eyes Rash Chest pain and cough Stomach pain weight loss Bleeding, usually from the eyes, and bruising (people near death may bleed from other orifices, such as ears, nose and rectum) Internal bleeding
This shows the infection and mortality rate and numbers of people infected with ebola in Africa
Treatment options: -Treats those who do not want to receive the new treatment, but don't give them the medicine.
-New trial medicine proven to have good results on other infections, but not yet considered a cure for Ebola.
-Continuing to do research on vaccines to put an end do the Ebola outbreak.
-isolation, and awareness to the public.
How people can help:
- symptomatic workers should undergo quarantine.
-Employed 2,000 local civilians to help work in "Ebola treatment centers"