Perhaps, as the saying goes, prevention is better than cure. Though it is seen that there are no immediate end to end solutions / medicines to eradicate viruses, it is appropriate to work on the prevention mechanisms around the world. It is in the hands of sociologists and economists to drive the health systems to better extent and also to empower the economy with better strategies. The global public health community is already at stake when multiple viruses coincide at the same time (EU, 2014). Supply of new medical products, changes in emergency response system of WHO and renovation of international emergency response team are few ideas can be achieved.
Ebola virus is known to be caused by an infected animal, a bat preferably (Bindra, 2014). In this case, it is clear evidence that the environment is polluted and hence, the animals are polluted too. It begins from the environmental protection followed by safety tests on regular basis. Aid has been slow so far and this is the reason for the loss of thousands of families. On the other hand, prevention is crucial as it will decrease the possibilities of such spread in the future. With better health system, the immune system of people can be built upon and people can make better use of the health system. This way, prevention is better and paves way for cure of such viruses – AIDS and Ebola.