Via Le Jour, a little good news: Ebola in Guinea: "efforts" of the authorities and partners bear fruit ... Excerpt from a Google translation:
This is a "miracle"! Thanks to the combined efforts by the Guinean authorities accompanied by the development partners, the spread of Ebola hemorrhagic far seems to be controlled. The measures taken by the State with the support of partners have also helped heal thirty patients Ebola.
They would be a total of 31 people who have been saved by the international NGO "Médecins Sans Frontières". Guinean minister of health, doctor Colonel Remy Lamah has also announced on Monday that the number of Ebola cases could be reviewed down. "You know that since the presence of this virus in Guinea has been confirmed, there are many patients who were confused patient Fever Ebola. After analysis, the number of people affected by this virus could be lowered.
"The situation is under control" said Minister of Health. Since the early hours of the announcement of the presence of this virus which there is yet no cure, a crisis committee was set up by the government. Logistics committee of this committee is responsible for the delivery of many drugs and other medical supplies in the affected areas by the Ebola virus.
"I can assure you that so far, all measures are taken to contain the disease and thus prevent its spread. We have already sent medicines and other medical supplies in the affected," said Dr. Moussa Konaté, CEO of the Central Pharmacy of Guinea, a member of the Committee logistics areas.