Via Guinéenews.org: Haemorrhagic fever: the government sets up an inter-ministerial Committee Riposte. The Google translation:
Interministerial Committee for Response (CIR) against the Ebola virus, this is a procedure established by the Guinean government to combat this epidemic based Ebola virus. This is an announcement by the Minister of Communication, Alhousseny Makanera Kake this Saturday, April 5th at the general meeting weekly RPG Arc-en-ciel in Hamdallaye, Has there been.
At the start of his remarks, the Minister of Communication Alhousseny Makanera Kake stressed that the government set up the committee to fight against haemorrhagic fever Ebola virus. "Today, the government has set up an Inter-ministerial Committee Response (CIR) against the Ebola virus to take pincer," he said.
Here are some steps taken by the Interministerial Committee for Response (CIR) against the Ebola virus developed by the Minister of Communication, Alhousseny Makanera Kake.
"The committee found two (2) ways: the first is the effective care of patients of Ebola that is provided by the ministry of health and sanitation.
"The second way is the communication which is also provided by the Ministry of Communication.
"Day today, when you listen to the newsletter if you do not explain you're afraid. You are talking about 147 cases of Ebola patients. What I will tell you at this time. Across the country, there are only twenty-six people who are sick with Ebola. That is to say over 147 cases we are talking about is including the first people who have died since January which there are 36 people that no one can confirm or deny. Because no one has done the test and it is assumed they died of Ebola virus.
"Of the 147, there are still people who have had contact with those who are sick. There are also people who have not developed symptoms but are under observation. Others are cured permanently. For example it there's been more than twenty people who were healed Gueckedougou.
"Starting today, I'll television to inform the public of this disease is already circumscribed."
The minister sounds pretty sensible. I hope he upgrades the government's websites also—especially the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene's.