Via Le Jour, a news release from the government: Ebola - balance: Government invites the public to refrain from consuming any game (Official). Excerpt from a Google translation:
As part of the ongoing information on the evolution of populations of hemorrhagic fever and its management in our country, the situation is as follows date March 27, 2014.
1. Health Services supported by Development Partners Health Sector reported a total of 103 suspected cases of hemorrhagic fever combined with 66 deaths;
2. Contamination cases and deaths recorded are as follows:
1) Gueckédou: 69 cases including 47 deaths
2) Macenta: 21 cases including 12 deaths
3) Kissidougou: 7 cases with 5 deaths
4) Conakry: 5 cases including 1 death of a person back from the trip. 4 other cases of contamination concern parents of the victim income of the deceased funeral which took place in a town near Dabola.
3. The suspected case of Kankan was negative examinations EBOLA
4. 3 new cases of deaths occurred Gueckédou (02) and Conakry (1).
An investigation is underway in Conakry for additional information. Appropriate arrangements were immediately taken to identify cases, particularly in people who have been in contact with the deceased in Conakry and in the interior of the country.
Among the sources of contamination for this disease include consumption of bushmeat. Until this type of contamination is confirmed, the government invites the public to refrain from consuming any game.
The Government remains focused with all its partners in the health sector to break the chain of infection. In this important part human and material resources are mobilized including specialists from across to cover affected areas.
A mobile laboratory available (experts mobilized by the partners) is en route to Gueckédou. This laboratory will be on-site testing for forest areas and also process samples from suspected cases in neighboring countries (Liberia and Sierra Leone).