How we’re healing from the worst outbreak of Ebola in history

As the virus has slowly died down in the world, the West African nations that have been hardest hit by the outbreak are struggling to contain its spread.

The virus has been the worst killer of the pandemic in history, killing more than 10,000 people, and forced more than 12 million people from their homes.

Here’s what we know about what has happened to so far.

Ebola, the virus that killed more than 9,000 and left an estimated 2,800 in quarantine, is still very contagious.

The disease can cause severe diarrhoea and vomiting, though it usually goes down fairly quickly.

If you catch the virus, the symptoms will usually improve within a couple of days.

You can catch the disease if you: Have contact with someone who has been exposed to the virus