Ebola video review
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by Kathy Egbert
| 14 Questions
You may have to do some searching online to answer some of these questions.
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Last Name
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First Name
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Class Section
A A1
B A2
C A3
D A4
E A5
F A6
G A7
H A8
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Symtoms of Ebola include: internal bleeding in all organs, weakness, extreme pain, whites of eyes blood colored.
True
False
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Some of the physical problems with the spread of Ebola was that it can be spread through any body contact by fluids, clothing, homes, and even airborne.
True
False
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Some of the social problems with the spread of Ebola was the tradition of caring for the sick family member in your home, burial traditions of touching the body prior to burial, and being shunned by the community.
True
False
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Some of the economical problems with the spread of Ebola was the lack of food, poor personal hygiene, and poor sanitation networks.
True
False
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Some of the theories about where the disease originated include
A monkeys.
B insects in the rain forest.
C bats.
D all of the answers are possibilities
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Blood transfusions were not an approved method of treating the disease because of the concern of getting another blood borne disease (like Aids) from the transfusion.
True
False
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In what country in 1976 did the first case of Ebola occur? [Have to type the name correctly with capital letters to receive credit)
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There has never been a case of Ebola in the United States.
True
False
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When and where was the last major outbreak of Ebola? [Type the year first (example: 1990) and then one space and then the name of the country. Again, the name of the country has to be spelled correctly using capital letters appropriately.]
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Ebola is a virus. Viruses are not considered living organisms.
True
False
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Study the map above showing where the equator is located around the world. Note that the countries in Africa located at the equator are where outbreaks of Ebola first occurred . Think about the geography and ecology of the countries that lie on the equator. Explain why you think we should or shouldn't be concerned about a disease like Ebola. [This answer has to be graded by me, so you won't instantaneous see whether you receive credit for your answer.]
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