These statistics were compiled from March, when the outbreak started, to June 30th, CNN reports.
According to reports, the virus can kill up to 90% of those infected.
Speaking about the outbreak, Peter Piot, the scientist credited with making the first discovery of the Ebola virus in the 1970s, said:
“One, [this is] the first time in West Africa that we have such an outbreak. Secondly, it is the first time that three countries are involved. And thirdly it’s the first time that we have outbreaks in capitals, in capital cities.”
African ministers and health experts are said to be meeting in Ghana to discuss strategies on how to stop the virus from spreading.
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