The largest and deadliest outbreak of Ebola on record is continuing to run rampant across the West African nations of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. So far over 600 people have died.
The Ebola virus—which has a fatality rate of up to 90 percent—has also been contracted by two Americans who were treating Ebola patients. With an incubation period ranging anywhere from a few days to three weeks, experts fear the infection may be taking hold beyond the borders of the three West African nations.
Experts are saying it could be many months before the outbreak is completely contained. But will it be? Now that the virus is in Nigeria—Africa’s most populous nation—there is cause for concern. MORE>>>>>>>>>>>>