Via Africaguinee.com, an APA report: Ebola in Guinea: Government announces a drastic measure. Excerpt from a Google translation:
The Guinean government, through the Ministry of Health, announced the ban on transport of mortal remains'' one city to another,'' to ''break the chain of infection" Ebola virus that is 84 deaths out of 134 cases reported in Guinea.
"We took new provisions prohibiting the transport of mortal remains from one city to another. So from now on, we must defer to the movement of remains until the end of this epidemic. Whatever the cause of death," announced the Guinean Minister of Health and Sanitation, Colonel Rémy Lamah.
For the Minister Lamah, the decision of the government is motivated to "break the chain of contamination" of the virus, which was 84 deaths out of 134 cases reported for three months in Guinea.
Ebola fever that began in forest area spread rapidly in other regions. For some, it's all gone people returning from the death of an infected patient.
Moreover, the Guinean Minister of Health requested the contribution of local government to get these messages at the country's hospitals.
According to the latest official statistics, the progression of viral hemorrhagic fever reported in Guinea since January 2014 is 84 134 deaths reported in the April 1, 2014.
Also, four new suspected cases were reported in Guinea, one in three Macenta and Gueckedou, while reported cases of death are located Gueckedou and Conakry.