Via Aujourd'hui en Guinee.com: Ebola: Thermal Controls airports in Guinea. The Google translation:
CONAKRY-Contain Ebola virus in Guinea: this is the objective of thermal cameras, implemented in Conakry International Airport. Their sensors report any higher than 38 degrees Celsius, a symptom of hemorrhagic fever that made 101 deaths in the country since February body temperature.
Throughout Guinea, information campaigns intensify, SMS, radio, television and door to door. Ebola virus is highly contagious. Identify its symptoms can save lives, says Médecins Sans Frontières.
"When a patient comes to see the early stages of the disease, we found that his chances of survival were better. The degree of inoculation, ie the amount of virus to which he was exposed, is also the difference," says Tim Jagatic, MSF doctor. Because to date there is no treatment.
Five of the 21 cases reported in neighboring Liberia were confirmed. The tests on suspect cases in Mali and Sierra Leone were negative.