Johns Hopkins responds to Ebola
As of April 8, 2015, the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus has claimed more than 10,000 lives, primarily in the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. There have been nearly 23,000 reported or suspected cases of the disease.
In response to this rapidly evolving public health crisis, Johns Hopkins experts convened in early October to discuss experimental medical countermeasures, recommendations to prevent the spread of the disease, and the complex ethical decisions that need to be made in real-time. Since then, Johns Hopkins experts have worked together to design a prototype protective suit for health workers who treat Ebola patients, and our faculty members have actively worked with the media to share their knowledge about the spread and treatment of the virus.
As members of the Johns Hopkins community respond to the outbreak, this page will be updated with relevant information and helpful resources about Ebola.
Johns Hopkins faculty experts are working with the media to share their knowledge about the spread and treatment of Ebola.
- Frequently asked questions
- Johns Hopkins Ebola readiness
- Bloomberg School of Public Health: Ebola news & knowledge
- Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response
- Hopkins Medicine resources
- Johns Hopkins travel guidance
- Ebola Communication Network
- CDC Ebola updates
- WHO Ebola updates
- Ebola signs and symptoms
- CDC travel advisories
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Johns Hopkins Ebola symposium
Six-part video series from the Oct. 14 Ebola symposium, which brought together experts in microbiology, public health, bioethics, and emergency medicine. Learn More