Ebola virus infection is a serious fatal condition which is caused by the four different species of Ebola virus in humans and non-human primates. It causes hemorrhagic fever which leads to internal and external bleeding and affects multiple organs. A person with Ebola virus infection at initial stage experiences sore throat, muscular pain, headaches. Vomiting, rashes and diarrhea at later stages along with decreased function of kidney and liver. At this stage some patients begin to bleed internally as well as externally. This infection has about average 50.0% of high risk of deaths.