For details on the current epidemic see the New England Journal of Medicine. Most strains of Ebola have been circulating with lyme disease for a decade or more. However, there are several new strains that appear to be causing the problem. Click here for the latest research from South Africa on their teams in Sierra Leone.
The Columbia Flu Predictor is now tracking Ebola. Cases in all countries is West Africa are declining rapidly in the November 5 data. I predict the Ebola epidemic is over. There are still infections circulating in the U.S. and Europe on a sporadic basis. Most will not be diagnosed clinically as there is some immunity in populations that have been exposed to Lyme disease.