12 most frequently asked questions about Ebola virus disease
Is it safe to travel during an outbreak? What is WHO’s travel advice?
During an outbreak, WHO reviews the public health situation regularly
During an outbreak, numbers of cases reported by health officials can go up and down? Why?
During an Ebola outbreak, figures can change daily.
How does WHO protect health during outbreaks?
WHO actions to prepare for and respond to Ebola outbreaks
What about rumours that some foods can prevent or treat the infection?
How to find credible health advice about Ebola virus disease
What about health workers? How should they protect themselves while caring for patients?
Important actions to reduce or stop the spread of the virus and protect health workers
What can I do? Can it be prevented? Is there a vaccine?
Find out ways to prevent infection and transmission
What is the treatment?
Some patients will recover with the appropriate medical care
When should someone seek medical care?
Improve the rate of survival from the disease
What are typical signs and symptoms of infection?
Find out typical symptoms of Ebola infection
Who is most at risk?
During an outbreak, those at higher risk of infection are ...
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