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The current article name is correct: Ebola virus is the correct name for the EBOV virus itself, which is what is being referred to here. The fact that Ebola virus is the single member of Zaire ebolaviruswhich is in turn one of the five species within the genus Ebolavirusis highly confusing, but "Ebola virus" it is.
The rules for capitalizing viruses follow a more scientific naming system, but not "Ebola" by itself. Art LaPella talk I agree with The Anomethe capitalization of the term "Ebola" is accurate. Anonymuss User talk I agree with The Anome too.
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The result of the move request was: Moved -- Ozzie10aaaa talk Also make DRC ebola outbreak a redirect. Geartooth Friendship is Magic! I'm happy either way. Simple "Ebola" is more common.I agree that Hickox refusing quarantine will not, in itself, reassure people regarding Ebola.
It will take repeated examples and publicity, as it did with AIDS. Ungrounded fear is a lot more. The health ministers of China, Japan and South Korea said yesterday they would collaborate closely in preventing Ebola and other deadly diseases from entering their borders.
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Oppose: I agree with The Anome too. "Ebola virus" is the correct way to spell it, not "ebola virus".
TheSmartPersonUS1 , 14 November (UTC) The above discussion is preserved as an archive of a requested move. Please do not modify it. Like Sars and swine flu before it, Ebola has gripped the national imagination.
I was made all too aware of this last week on my return to London from a holiday in Nigeria.
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