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The first outbreak of the Marburg virus A monkey wearhouse worker becomes infected, out of 31 infected only 7 died
Ebola Sudan Emerges Mr.Yu.G. becomes infected with the virus Where starts bleedin g from all orifices of his body and infect many. This goes unnoticed for several years afterward.
Yambuku Mission Hospital - September 25, 1976 Someone infected with Ebola Zaire enters the Yambuku Hospital. Assisted by unclean syringes, the virus explodes from the hospital and into 50 nearby v illages. A nurse named Mayinga is infected.
Panic Begins Zaire - October 13, 1976 Nurse Mayinga travels to Kinshasa to get treatment at the Mama Yemo Hospital. Quickly the disease begins to spread through the city, causing a national panic. The military is sent into action to stop the infection.
Monet Reaches Niarobi Hospital - Jan 11 1980 Charles Monet arrives at Niarobi Hospital f eeling very unwell. He suddenly collapses in the waiting room and begins bleeding profusely. He is rushed to Shem Musoke who is infected with the virus after treating Monet. Monet dies but Musoke survives and the infection does not spread from there
Charles Monet Visits Mount Elgon - Dec 25, 1979 Charles Monet visits Mount Elgon with his friend. During his time there he entered Kitum Cave, the suspected breeding ground of Marburg and Ebloa. A few days later he begins showing symptoms.
Nancy Jaax's Close Call - Aug 26 1983 Nancy Jaax, a USAMRIID officer, has a close encounter with the Ebola virus. Her suit is breached and blood enters the inner parts of her suit. Fearful that the virus entered through a cut on her hand, she quickly leaves biocontainment and stripped her suit. She is relieved to discover the blood did not breach the last layer of her suit.
Ebola is Airborne - Oct 10, 1983 Ebola is orginally believed to transmit through blood only. On this day, however, monkeys across the room from the infected monkeys begin becoming sick. When they begin dying, it is discovered that Ebola travel through the air
The Cardinal Strain - Sep 2, 1987. A boy named Peter Cardinal dies from an unknown virus. Gene Johnson is sent to Kenya to investigate. Upon further investigation it is revealed that Cardinal visited Kitum Cave, the same one Charles Monet visited before dying of Marburg
Reston Monkey House - Oct 4, 1989 The Reston Monkey House, owned by Bill Volt, begins to see deaths with their monkeys. USAMRIID investigates and discovers a hot virus is spreading through the complex. The military and CDC are alerted
The Hot Zone
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