Limited Airborne Ebola Transmission ‘Very Likely,’ Researchers Propose In Analysis

Washington Post: Limited airborne transmission of Ebola is ‘very likely,’ new analysis says
“A team of prominent researchers suggested Thursday that limited airborne transmission of the Ebola virus is ‘very likely,’ a hypothesis that could reignite the debate that started last fall after one of the scientists offered the same opinion. … Their peer-reviewed analysis was published in mBio, a journal of the American Society of Microbiology…” (Bernstein, 2/19).

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