Via Guinéenews: Four cases of Ebola reported in Conakry: the details of the Minister of Health. The Google translation:
Four cases of haemorrhagic fever have recently been detected in Conakry. Cases which are now said Minister of Health quarantined treatment center CHU Donka. To understand this latest evolution of the Ebola outbreak, Guinéenews joined Thursday the Minister of Health, Colonel Rémy Lamah here are the explanations:
"There are elements of the same family who have lost their big brother since March 18. You know our customs, people like to bring the body to the village. Thus the family has designated four elements to convey the body for burial in a small village Dinguiraye. So they sent them the body for burial. After their return, there is a conveyor that has developed the same signs as symptoms of hemorrhagic fever. So he went to Conakry for a consultation.
"Arrived there, the interrogation, he said his signs, immediately the doctors reported a case of hemorrhagic fever. As a fixed laboratory, they have taken and they found it was positive. Other, they were family. Fortunately, they were not out and they were not in contact with anyone. Thus doctors are the parties seek to lead directly to the hospital.
"There, the doctors have taken and after tests, three were positive. Immediately, they took to get the file. The moment I speak, they are already isolated at the center there to follow for 21 days. However, they have not yet developed the disease.
"And physicians who have received counseling, were also placed under observation at the hospital in a cab Kipé to follow for 21 days. Then a medical team visited Gbessia Port in the family home of 4 patients tested positive and the doctors performed the disinfection of their housing and population.
"Another team should move this Thursday night to go to the village where the funeral took place in Dinguiraye. The information is already given, no person shall move, the villagers are in place until the arrival of the mission. These are not cases scattered everywhere, this is one family yet."