Via Guinéenews.org: The government prohibits the transportation of dead bodies. Excerpt from a Google translation:
Now, the deceased will be buried in their place of death. It is at the end of its meeting this Tuesday, April 2, 2014 the Interministerial Committee for the fight against viral haemorrhagic fever Ebola announced this decision.
In the state media, the Minister of Health, Rémy Lama, has first informed the public of the updated record of the government: 134 cases including 84 deaths recorded to date. Announcing the new government decision, the Minister Rémy Lama said that all deaths are forbidden for transport from one city to another. "Whatever the cause of death," he has said; involving local authorities for the strict application of this measure.
Accused of negligence, lack of responsiveness and communication against this dangerous highly contagious and deadly fever which is announced in our country for more than three months (January), the government seems to wake up now, when the neighboring countries (Senegal) and friends we close their borders or refuse free entrance to travelers from the Guinea.