Ebola Virus Meaning in Hindi

Ebola Virus Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. A filovirus that causes Ebola hemorrhagic fever; carried by animals; can be used as a bioweapon
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Ebola Virus Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Maybe one day History will tell us that Ebola never won but rather Government's failed to act, and that Ebola just simply walked in and meet No resistance, Barring a few brave souls that fought the Virus on their own and never relied on the Government Coming to Help, the victor always writes the history what will Ebola write about Mankind"
- Quote by Paul Gilbert

2. "Ebola haunted Zaire because of corruption and political repression. The virus had no secret powers, nor was it unusually contagious. For centuries Ebola had lurked in the jungles of central Africa. Its emergence into human populations required the special assistance of humanity's greatest vices : greed, corruption, arrogance, tyranny, and callousness."
- Laurie Garrett, Betrayal of Trust: The Collapse of Global Public Health

3. "Britain’s Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens had lately reclassified herpes B into biohazard level 4, placing it in the elite company of Ebola, Marburg, and the virus that causes Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever. National"
- David Quammen, Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic

4. "The Gould viewed female Wardens in the same light as demonic minions and the Ebola virus -- such things might exist in the world, but virtue and good hygiene would probably be enough to keep them at bay."
- Christine Warren, Hard as a Rock

5. "A few patients do bleed to death, Rollin said, but they don’t explode, and they don’t melt. In fact, he said, the conventional term then in use, Ebola hemorrhagic fever, was itself a misnomer, because more than half the patients don’t bleed at all. They die of other causes, such as respiratory distress and shutdown (but not dissolution) of internal organs. It’s for just these reasons, as cited by Rollin, that the WHO has switched its own terminology from Ebola hemorrhagic fever to Ebola virus disease."
- David Quammen, Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus

6. "Then there was a new epidemic—of fear, said Dr. Sam Okware, Commissioner of Health Services, when I visited him in Kampala a month later. Among Dr. Okware’s other duties, he served as chairman of the national Ebola virus task force. That was the most difficult to contain, he said. There was a new epidemic—of panic."
- David Quammen, Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus

7. "To study its effect on a living, struggling human body, he meant. To do that, you would need the right combination of hospital facilities, BSL-4 facilities, dedicated and expert professionals, and circumstances. You couldn’t do it during the next outbreak at a mission clinic in an African village. You would need to bring Ebola virus into captivity—into a research situation, under highly controlled scrutiny—and not just in the form of frozen samples. You would need to study a raging infection inside somebody’s body. That isn’t easy to arrange. He added: We haven’t had an Ebola patient yet in the US. But for everything that happens, there is a first time."
- David Quammen, Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic

8. "Ideology is a virus."
- Neal Stephenson, Snow Crash

9. "The spider venom was Ebola in thirty seconds."
- Michael Crichton, Micro: A Novel

10. "The other naturally occurring viruses, like ebola, are not durable enough to generate a runaway epidemic."
- Martin J. Rees, Our Final Hour: A Scientist's Warning

 
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