|By Marketwired .||
|August 8, 2014 06:35 PM EDT||
LONG BEACH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/08/14 -- The new strain of the Ebola virus first emerged last March, 2013 in West Africa. To date, nearly 2000 people in West Africa have contracted the virus and killing half of those infected. The new Ebola virus is spread by human-to-human transmission and by close contact.
Experts are cautioning that this Ebola outbreak is very large and is engulfing the region of West Africa, which may lead to imported cases around the world leading resulting in a global pandemic. This virus is extremely virulent in humans, which causes extreme hemorrhaging and bleeding from the eyes, nose and mouth.
The virus will inevitably soon appear in North America trying to gain a foothold. All U.S. Citizens are urged to prepare for this event.
In addition, a new worldwide website has now been created to assist people in preparing for the potential Ebola pandemic where they can get the latest news and information, along with participating on the new site's online discussion forum.
For those who have not already done so, we encourage you to visit the new website and online discussion forum at EbolaInfo.org, and to bookmark the site for future information. The new site works in conjunction with the AvianFluTalk.com forum.
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