Ebola Facts


Ebola Virus Is More Likely to Spread through Aerosols – and Survive Longer – When It’s Cold

 by WashingtonsBlog

… MIT has recently shown that sneeze droplets travel much farther than previously thought – and can enter into ventilation systems

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Top Ebola scientists also say that the virus is more likely to be spread by aerosol in cold, dry conditions than in hot, humid weather. (Given that sneeze droplets can travel 20 feet, that’s nothing to sneeze at.) … even after 90 minutes – Ebola could survive suspended in aerosols if the temperature is chilly. …

… A British government defense lab finds that Ebola can last up to 50 days in the cold. …

Ebola Virus Is More Likely to Spread through Aerosols – and Survive Longer – When It’s Cold, Read More…

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