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Ebola outbreak: What you need to know

Vancouver Chief Medical Health Officer, Dr. Patricia Daly dispelled common myths and provided facts in a rapid-fire question-and-answer session Tuesday with CBC's Andrew Chang.

Vancouver Chief Medical Health Officer Dr, Patricia Daly answers your questions on the Ebola virus

The CBC's Andrew Chang puts your questions to Dr. Patricia Daly 4:36

Vancouver Chief Medical Health Officer, Dr. Patricia Daly dispelled common myths and provided the medical facts in a rapid-fire question-and-answer session Tuesday with the CBC's Andrew Chang.

Questions from viewers included:

  • Can Ebola be transmitted in a sneeze?
  • How long can Ebola survive on a dry surface?
  • Does Ebola live in human skin?

For the answer to these and other Ebola related questions watch the full interview.

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