Effects Of Ebola Impacts on africa since the 2014 outbreak

Each Ebola Virus is 0.0000381 inches long, but it caused one of the largest outbreaks in the world's history.

The Ebola virus took the world by storm in 2014, when a huge Ebola outbreak occurred. Just in 2014, it infected 10 countries, about 30,000 people, and caused more than 12,000 deaths.

The effects of Ebola in West Africa were catastrophic, causing thousands of kids to go homeless because both of there parents died of the disease. The damages cost 2.8 billion dollars to rebuild. Tourism is down after the outbreak, which is lowering the income of the countries.

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