The World Health Organization’s Ebola virus disease website is a clearinghouse for information on the epidemic, from details about its toll to publications about the virus and how the world is working to fight it.
On the WHO’s website, you can find more information about the strategic response underway in Congo, including situation reports on deaths and infections and information about the vaccine. It also has background information about how the virus is transmitted, contained and treated, along with valuable information on preparedness and lessons learned from the deadly 2014-2015 outbreak.
Want to dive deeper into this major public health concern? Consider taking the WHO’s free online course about Ebola. Designed for decision-makers, the three-hour course is also a valuable resource for anyone who wants a more in-depth look at the deadly virus and how to protect themselves and others from its spread.