Ebola in Africa
Map of affected areas
Latest News
--Professor Oxford's View
Outbreak outlook
Actualités en français
--Sierra Leone
--United Kingdom
--United States
--Congo, Democratic Republic (DRC)
Ebola Charts
Ebola Facts
--Case definitions
Travel Advice
Travel restrictions, flight operations and screening
Intl. SOS medical evacuation statement
Education Materials
Webinar recordings
Useful Links
Ebola Risk Management for Organisations
Members' Services

Ebola in Africa
Last Updated: April 25, 2015 06:07 GMT  

More than 12 months after the largest ever Ebola outbreak began, the situation is improving. Transmission is reduced from its peak in Guinea and Sierra Leone. Liberia's chains of transmission appear to be contained and more than 21 days have passed since the last case occurred.

International SOS has a team working around the clock to bring you this website - it provides the latest information on developments, travel advice and how individuals and organisations can respond. Downloadable resources are also available.

Latest news
24 hour coverage of recent events and outbreak updates.
Actualités en français

Affected areas - Click here

Webinars and Events for members


View the recordings and slide decks of previous webinars on the Pandemic Information Service Website (log in required) >Ebola > Webinar Recordings

Outbreak outlook
What may happen next.

Ebola facts
Ebola transmission, symptoms, and prevention
Frequently asked questions about Ebola.

Visit the country pages for in-depth, location specific information.

Education materials
Simple, downloadable awareness talks, posters and flyers, available in mutliple languages.


Travel advice
For business travellers, organisations operating in affected countries, and organisations deploying staff to aid the Ebola response

There is no vaccine. Read how to avoid potential contact with the virus and protect yourself.


International SOS Medical Evacuation Statement

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