DNA analyses suggest Guinea is dealing with one of the most deadly forms of Ebola, called Zaire. That strain typically kills about 80 percent of the people infected. There's no treatment or vaccine for the virus.
Still though, outside of Guinea, there's little reason for concern.
That just isn't true. It is very possible to transfer the disease through the air via water molecules.
exactly just another way for the CDC to try and prevent mass panic. They dont tell us the whole truth, heck they dont even tell you half the truth.
for example, remember the twin brothers years ago, one had aids the other didnt they just happened to use the others toothbrush and the healthy boy contracted HIV. This is after the CDC saying it dies when air hits it.