The Ebola Virus is spreading in Africa, and potentially to an even wider area in the future.
Here are some resources to help understand what is happening (and please make your own suggestions in the comments):
The Worst Ebola Outbreak in History is Getting Worse is from GoKicker.
Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Now the Worst in History is an interactive guide at Mashable.
Check out this An interactive guide to Ebola at ThingLink.
Here’s an older Ebola Q & A from CBBC Newsround.
Deadly Ebola virus on the move in Africa is an infographic the Washington Post made in April, but it still has useful information.
Here are a number of useful videos, though I don’t think people seeing this post on an RSS Reader will be able to view all of them:
Doctor Infected with Ebola Asks That Experimental Serum Go to Sick Colleague Instead is from The Atlantic.
Ebola: Liberia shuts schools to tackle outbreak is from The BBC.
Daily chart: Ebola’s spread is from The Economist.
Here’s a useful video from TIME:
Deadly Ebola virus on the move in Africa is a Washington Post infographic.
Infographic: Ebola By the Numbers is an infographic from TIME.
What You Need to Know About the Ebola Outbreak is from The New York Times.
Mapping the world’s worst Ebola epidemic is from Al Jazeera.
The deadly spread of Ebola – clickable map is from Channel Four in the UK.
Ebola outbreaks from 1976 to now – interactive map is from The Guardian.
This detailed model of the Ebola virus is about as terrifying as you’d expect is from The Washington Post.
Using a Tactic Unseen in a Century, Countries Cordon Off Ebola-Racked Areas is from The New York Times.