Via Reuters: UPDATE 2-Deadly Ebola virus spreads from rural Guinea to capital. Apart from summarizing the background on the four Conakry cases, this report has an ominous detail in the last paragraph of this excerpt:
Lamah said the virus appeared to have been transmitted by an old man who showed signs of haemorrhagic fever after visiting Dinguiraye in central Guinea, more than 150 km (90 miles) from the previously identified outbreaks of Ebola.
Four of the man's brothers started to show the same symptoms after attending his funeral in the central town of Dabola, 200 km (125 miles) from Conakry, and were tested for Ebola on their return to the coastal capital.
"The four tested positive," Lamah told Reuters. "They have been placed in an isolation ward in Donka hospital."
The old man's family has also been quarantined, the minister said.
Medical sources said two staff at the Kipe University Hospital in Conakry, where the victims had initially been treated, had also developed signs of the disease.
Kipe University may have a hospital, but it doesn't seem to have a website.