Via Africaguinee.com: Ebola fever: WHO will strengthen its support for Guinea. The Google translation:
The World Health Organization (WHO), faces the challenge of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, including Guinea, decided to intensify its efforts in organizing training sessions for the personnel involved.
According to a statement released Thursday, WHO begins Thursday first session training course for 70 people in Conakry, the capital of Guinea.
These trainees will go to areas affected by the Ebola virus communities to follow people who have had contact with infected patients.
Training on infection control began on Tuesday at Donka Hospital, and should also be extended to other medical centers in the coming days.
At the same time, WHO is putting in place an operational center to the Guinean Ministry of Health to coordinate all activities relating to the detection, research, transportation, hospitalization and the Burial of suspected cases.
According to a latest report, 157 people were affected by the virus, of which 101 died in Guinea.
So far, 66 suspected cases were laboratory confirmed.