Ebola virus can live in wastewater

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The historical outbreak of Ebola virus sickness in West Africa that began in March 2014 and has killed more  than 11,000 humans in view that, has raised new questions on the resilience of the virus and examined scientists’ knowledge of a way to include it. The modern-day discovery by means of a collection of microbial threat-evaluation and virology researchers indicates that the procedures for disposal of Ebola-contaminated liquid waste may underestimate the virus’ potential to live to survive in wastewater.

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