Airborne transmission of Ebola unlikely, monkey study shows

No evidence found of macaques passing deadly virus to each other

Rhesus macaques (left), cynomolgus macaques (right)

CONTAINED  Rhesus macaques (left) infected with Ebola in a laboratory experiment could not pass the virus through the air to cynomolgus macaques (right).

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