Faces of the Ebola Response

Faces of the Ebola Response

View the interaction | Learn more about the project | @jackietrains Interactive graphic depicting the people working to contain the virus.
Containing Ebola

Containing Ebola

To halt the spread of Ebola, many more people need to be isolated in treatment centers, according to CDC models. View the infographic
Treating Ebola: By the Numbers

Treating Ebola: By the Numbers

While the demand for qualified health-care workers is dire, many supplies are necessary to protect those workers from infection when treating ebola. A Doctors Without…
Ebola on Twitter

Ebola on Twitter

Twitter data shows how conversation about the virus has escalated dramatically View the interactive map
Ebola: Evolution of an epidemic

Ebola: Evolution of an epidemic

Spreading from the heart of West Africa to the capital of the world, the ongoing Ebola epidemic shows no sign of abating. Hitting half a…
Ebola’s effect on the body

Ebola’s effect on the body

The virus can lurk in the body for more than a week before it begins a cascading meltdown of the immune system, blood vessels and…
Ebola in the United States

Ebola in the United States

  The first Ebola case in the U.S. has been diagnosed. Check out this Associated Press interactive for the latest updates.
Ebola treatment center

Ebola treatment center

The 10 Ebola treatment centers in West Africa are based on a design of three wards, which help separate patients suspected of having the disease…
Tracking the Ebola Outbreak

Tracking the Ebola Outbreak

The spread of the Ebola virus has devastated regions of West Africa, killing more than 3,400 people. The outbreak began in southeastern Guinea in March…
History of Ebola outbreaks

History of Ebola outbreaks

Since 1976, there have been about 30 recorded Ebola outbreaks that have infected humans. Note the long periods of inactivity, including a thirteen year stretch…
Ebola Outbreak Interactive

Ebola Outbreak Interactive

Since March, when Ebola cases were first reported in Guinea, the disease has spread to six other countries, including the United States and Spain. View…