I hate to break it to you folks but Ebola itself once eradicated where it originated around central Africa is now back. Notable for making quite a scare across the world is now in the international spotlight once again by the World Health Organization and just as scary as before though it can only spread by blood contact, bodily fluids of those infected, infected animals, and misuse of needles. Known fatality rate is around 67% but in the past, it was roughly a quarter to 90% of all cases, usually fatal and is a serial disease from the 70's, back when medical technology wasn’t as advanced as it is now.
Upon hearing of its news a few years back, fans of anime turned this disease into a character we all know as Ebola-chan, the one who tries to spread herself among others in often gruesome ways, whereas her rival Cure-chan made by fans of the cure effort constantly thwart her attempts in her appearances with her with everything she has in her arsenal. It has then quickly gained much fanart attention particularly after an isolated incident that reached the U.S., making it one of the world's most intense fanmade battles in history within such a very short timeframe and is still ongoing.
Getting right back into the subject matter at stake, currently it sits where it was originated, in the Congo area and has yet to spread to other countries as it did in previous outbreaks, here's an article from the organization from last month.
I can only pray for the hundreds of thousands of poor people living around that area and the health officials there it doesn't get any worse with all these parameters. Since this is about the disease itself, I put it on here.