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What are the chances of Ebola becoming an influenza airborne virus?


It seems that Ebola is even more contagious than we think. Is it possible for Ebola to now mutate into an airborne virus?

 

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    danicole 2 years ago

    Viruses goals are to survive and jump from many hosts as they can, they aren't exactly logical. If they follow logic they won't kill the thing (host) that giving them life. I do agree it wouldn't benefit the virus, maybe evolving to be able to live?

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    Oztinato 2 years ago

    It seems that well protected health workers are still getting it. This seems to indicate an air borne effect of some kind.