The first solution to the Ebola virus, which appeared in 1976, but spread quite widely in 1995, 2000 and 2007, is 100% solution!
Ebola, one of the world’s massively troubling virus species, first caused an epidemic in 1976 at the same time in the Yambuku cities of Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. As of August 22, 2014 there were 2615 cases, which resulted in the death of 1427 people.
Then, in 2007, especially in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the disease recurred in the past two years, 445 people were seen in the case and 238 patients died due to the cause of the disease came again.
But now it’s time to say goodbye to Ebola. The vaccine for Ebola’s treatment was being tested and lastly 100% successful in tests in New Guinea.
The vaccine, which has been tried in 11,841 people this week, proved to be a success in 5,837 people by wiping Ebola’s tracks completely within 10 days.
This vaccine, approved by the World Health Organization, will now be able to eradicate Ebola, which is often seen on the African side.