Via Le Jour: Epidemiological situation in Guinea: Ten (10) new cases including 4 suspects in Conakry. The Google translation:
Preliminary information obtained by investigative mission to Conakry cases are as follows: the first death in Conakry has Dabola. This is a trader who became ill on March 17 and died on March 18.
His body was transferred to his village, Watagala, sub-prefecture in the prefecture of Dialakoro Dinguiraye. By cons, it lay in Dabola where he had previously housed a citizen came Guéckédou who presented similar to hemorrhagic fever and died in symptoms.
This is among his brothers residing in Conakry and who accompanied his remains that 4 people showed symptoms and were positive in EBOLA test. Subsequently, other people who contacted the first case (4) were tested positive for Ebola, totaling 8 positive cases.
Accumulated suspects recorded from January to March 28, 2014, a total of 111 suspected cases of viral haemorrhagic fever 70 deaths (including 36 community deaths) a fatality rate of 63%.
These cases and deaths are as follows: Guékédou (case 73/51 deaths); Macenta (22 cases / 12 deaths), Kissidougou (7 cases / 5 deaths), Conakry (8 cases and 1 death) and Dabola (1 case and 1 death).
To date 45 subjects samples of suspected cases were examined and 19 cases were positive in Filovirus EBOLA charts the evolution of suspected viral haemorrhagic fever (Ebola)