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Guinea Bans Eating Of Bats, Rats, And Monkeys After Outbreak Of Deadly Ebola Virus

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More than 60 people in Africa have been killed by the deadly Ebola virus and the authorities are blaming BAT SOUP for the outbreak.

The winged creature is a delicacy in Guinea but the authorities have been forced to ban eating bat soup, grilled bat and other variations.

Remy Lamah, the country’s health minister, told Bloomberg News: “We discovered the vector agent of the Ebola virus is the bat.

“We sent messages everywhere to announce the ban.

“People must even avoid consumption of rats and monkeys.

“They are very dangerous animals.”

The Ebola virus kills up to 90 per cent of those infected and there is no vaccination or cure.

Its symptoms, fever, diarrhea, vomiting and internal and external bleeding – almost liquefying internal organs, are horrific.

The Guinean government have confirmed 66 people have died mostly in rural areas.

There have also been reported cases in other west-African states Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Fruit bats are believed to be the cause of the spread of the deadly infection because they are one of the most-liked dishes in the region.

Ebola was discovered in 1976 after an outbreak in Zaire, which later became the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Ben Neuman, a virologist at Britain’s University of Reading, told the BBC: “Ebola virus is one of the deadliest killers known.

“If this virus spread between people more easily, it would probably be more deadly than the black plague.

“Fortunately, up to this point, it has not.”

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