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Wellll, an crude guess from 5 years ago made the point that 50% is in African countries, and US healthcare may drop it to 30% on its own: https://www.livescience.com/48263-ebola-mortality-us-africa....

It's important to note that the Liberia outbreak was a strain with a particularly high survival rate as well as asymptomatic carriers. This is part of the reason that it spread while most outbreaks tended to burn themselves out due to a much higher mortality rate (80-90% is not uncommon).

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