Ebola hemorrhagic fever can be described to as a viral hemorrhagic fever which affects human beings and other primates. Ebola is caused by ebolaviruses. Vomiting, sore throat, fever, muscular pain rash, headaches, and diarrhea are some of the symptoms of Ebola virus disease. The symptoms are typically observed between two to three weeks.
It is a high-risk disease with an average rate of killing of 50 percent. This is because this disease leads to low blood pressure as a result of the loss of fluid in the body. The spread of this disease is mainly through getting in contact with body fluids of an infected person.