U.S. Army: Ebola Goes Airborne In Cold Weather

U.S. Army: Ebola Goes Airborne In Cold Weather

According to 2 studies by 2 U.S. Army scientists, the Ebola virus is sensitive to warm weather and can go airborne when the temperature drops.

The U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases concluded Ebola is indeed airborne but can’t be spread the through air in Africa because it’s too warm as temperatures there rarely drop below 65°F.

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