Ebola virus disease is a serious, frequently deadly condition in people and nonhuman primates. Ebola is one of a few viral hemorrhagic fevers, brought about by contamination with an infection of the Filoviridae family, genus Ebolavirus. The infection is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, body liquids, and tissues of contaminated creatures or individuals. Seriously sick patients require concentrated steady consideration. Ebola virus disease is regularly portrayed by the sudden beginning of fever, weakness, muscle torment, migraine and sore throat.