Coronavirus nCov 2020 vs Ebola comparison
I have been following this story for a while and it is very interesting to see how the virus has evolved over time.
The first case of Ebola was in 1976 at a village near the Ebola River Democratic Republic of the Congo from which the disease takes its name.
Since then there were many more cases but they all died.
This spread quickly through the Congo community causing fear among people.
People began fearing that if their loved ones got sick or died, they would not get proper medical treatment.
It took years before the epidemic finally stopped.
There are still some people living today who believe that Ebola can come back.
But now we know that Ebola does not live forever.
We also know that even though Ebola spreads slowly, it will always kill someone.
So what do you think should happen now with Wuhan Coronavirus as Covid-19 ?
A novel coronavirus that originated in China and has since spread to more than 20 other countries has dominated headlines across the globe since it was first announced in December 2019, as scientists and media outlets (including this one) scramble to understand the virus’ origins, trajectory, and impact.
The wall-to-wall coverage of the virus known has 2019-nCoV, has been unusually heavy, even in comparison to other recent health threats, such as the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) that began in August 2018 and continues to this day.