Ebola Can Spread by Air in Cold Weather

Ebola can spread by air in cold, dry weather common to the U.S. but not West Africa, presenting a “possible, serious threat” to the public, according to two studies by U.S. Army scientists.


My Conclusion:
Just like the flu; Ebola by air in cold weather when temperatures is below 45°F (7°C) according to two studies by US Army scientist; when the temperature get high in the summer the Sun UV ray is stronger it kill the virus. Pay to keep yourself healthy.