Where Is Ebola?

Geographically, where has Ebola been known to occur?

In Central Africa, initially in Zaire and Sudan and recently in Gabon. A new strain, Ebola Tai, was discovered recently in Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), West Africa. A Swiss researcher apparently caught Ebola Tai from a chimpanzee during her autopsy of it. There's also the open question of how monkeys from the Phillipines came to be infected with Ebola (the Ebola Reston strain of "Hot Zone" fame and most recently in Texas.)

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