Via Africaguinee.com: Ebola fever in Guinea: butchers are worried. Excerpt from a Google translation:
CONAKRY-Since the onset of viral haemorrhagic fever in Guinea, the consumption of beef has experienced an unprecedented decline in Conakry. Consequently butchers complain about the decrease in trade and loss, found africaguinee.com
As in most slaughterhouses in the Guinean capital, Conakry, to the slaughterhouse Coléyah since the outbreak of the Ebola customer is becoming increasingly rare to butcher.
''Now they kill about 100 cattle per day whereas before we went up to 140 cattle,'' says a butcher met at the slaughterhouse Coléah district located in the town of Matam.
In his remarks, the Executive Secretary of the National Association of Butchers Guinea, Thierno Mamadou Diallo away from any disease in beef slaughter of animals in Guinea because there has been followed by veterinarians.
"In the city of Conakry talking Ebola, there are how many parks pets? There are animals galore. If all these were achieved, then all would be ravaged Guinea today. They are checked and processed annually to every three to six months. In the circumstances it is very well defined, even wild animals is not all breeds we recommend consuming, "suggested Mr. Diallo.
To the Secretary General,'' What is certain disease Ebola is very far from their cattle, sheep and goats.''