One woman had unprotected sexual intercourse with a man who was healed six months from Ebola.
44-year-old woman was diagnosed with the disease, 14 days after they had intercourse with her husband, who had come up negative in the last analysis, reports Telegraph.
Here it appears that the virus remained in semen for 199 days, almost twice the time it was thought that survives.
Doctors in Liberia, where the event occurred, have confirmed that the virus stays longer in semen, not just 82 days, as was said earlier.
In this case, it appears that the spread of the disease, it is much easier, in countries where protection means in sex, are less prevalent.