From the New York Times. Once you read what dying from Ebola is like, you will completely understand the need for health care protective clothing that covers everything.
"Mr. Preston first incited public fears about Ebola 20 years ago with “The Hot Zone,” his thriller like narrative that details the virus’s origins and scientists’ struggle to understand and stop it. The book, which has sold 3.5 million copies, could perhaps be classified as dystopian nonfiction. Stephen King called it “one of the most horrifying things I’ve ever read.” With fears about Ebola rising once more, “The Hot Zone” has been in high demand: Mr. Preston’s publisher has released 150,000 more copies in recent months, and the book has reappeared on the New York Times best-seller list and on Sunday ranked No. 23 on Amazon."