A Review of the Role of Food and the Food System in the Transmission and Spread of Ebolavirus

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by Erin Mann, Stephen Streng, Justin Bergeron, Amy Kircher The current outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) centered in West Africa is the largest in history, with nearly ten times more individuals contracting the disease than all previous outbreaks combined. The details of human-to-human and zoonotic ebolavirus transmission have justifiably received the largest share of research attention, and much information exists on these topics.

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A Review of the Role of Food and the Food System in the Transmission and Spread of Ebolavirus