Ebola: The world's most dangerous Virus (full documentary)

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Viruses are supposed to be the biological weapons of the future.They are everywhere. Millions of viruses around us, interact, invade. Virus able to evolve, change your environment, jump from one species to another. Scientists continue its track. Looking hiding in nature, in animals that viruses use to travel from one place to another planet … but not always find them.

In recent decades there have been many diseases that so far only affected animals. These diseases, caused by very aggressive virus, appear with high frequency in Africa, and requires a high financial contribution in order to eradicate them. Marburg virus, influenza, dengue, yellow fever, Ebola virus, human immunodeficiency virus, Epstein-Barr…

To find answers we enter for the first time in the High Security Center Biological where the most dangerous viruses in history and the emerging service. And the World Health Organization explains how he manages to monitor the emergence of new viruses and diseases in any country.


Thomas b says:

Why is Africa such a shit hole?

Albie says:

Dick Thompson

Stephen VanBuren says:

I live in and was vi&

Gary Mingy says:

Ebola is bad , but it's very high death rate can and does have a huge effect on secondary infection. The virus travels poorly. If it ever mutated into something milder – it would travel easier .and impact alot more people.

Metacomet says:

I tried to watch this since it seemed very well done, but the sound track was overdone and very distracting. Maybe release this with different audio?

Perry Reasch says:

why do they keep these virus ?? because they paten them for money ? destroy them all

Ledi Alucard says:

Лол. Привет от Короны из 2020.

Buddy Looez says:

seriously the subject doesn’t have to be musically inclining we’re talking horrible death in a matter of fact presentation health constricted so possibly the production crew was comprised of men and woman who’s goal was narrating for educational purpose much more than to please your musical standards.

Paul Ferrari says:

Does anyone know where I can get ahold of the score for this film? These tracks were hot fire!!! 🔥 I want to bump some of that atonal violin music this weekend.

Salahuddin Ayubi says:

Corona Virus now take the tiltle

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