Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is a simple and informative page on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website that gives as much information that is known about the Ebola virus and the Ebola HF (hemorrhagic fever). It lists symptoms, treatment, where there are outbreaks, and who is at risk for infection.
Ebola virus disease. World Health Organization. This is the World Health Organization fact page about Ebola. It lists the possible carriers of the virus, the mortality rate, the symptoms, treatment, and strains of the virus. It also lists how the WHO responds to Ebola epidemics and it lists the recent epidemics, with the fatality rate, those who contracted it, and those who died.
Ebola virus infection. WebMD. This is WebMD's fact page about Ebola. On the page, it explains how it is unlikely that Ebola will be spread to the United States; most of the serious cases originated in Africa. It also explains how there is no vaccine and that those who have the virus can only be treated for their symptoms.