Ebola strain seen under an electron microscope (Source: NPR).
Rachael Jones gives insight about how Ebola is transmitted between individuals through contact with bodily fluids from the infected individual. There is no risk of contracting Ebola when simply walking around crowded and public spaces. Listen to her interview and read more about her commentary on the subject:
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