Via Guinéenews.org: Haemorrhagic fever reached 84 134 deaths reported in the April 1, 2014. Excerpt from the Google translation:
Haemorrhagic fever reported in Guinea since January 2014 has reached the milestone of 84 134 deaths reported as of 1 st April 2014. This is a statement that the head of division prevention and fight against the disease by the Ministry of Health, Dr Sakoba Keita said.
According to the same source, four new suspected cases of Ebola have been reported in the Forest Region. These new cases are distributed as follows: one and three Gueckédou Macenta against two deaths, one in Gueckédou and Conakry.
This gives a total of 84 deaths out of 134 suspected cases of Ebola, according to the same source, or a mortality rate estimated at 63 percent. This is the latest cumulative suspected cases recorded between January and 1 st April 2014 in Guinea .
For the prevention division chief, the figures are as follows: Gueckédou (case 80/58 deaths), Macenta (26 cases / 14 deaths), Kissidougou (9 cases / 5 deaths), Conakry (15 cases and 4 deaths) Dabola (3 cases and 2 deaths) and Dinguiraye (1 case and 1 death).
According to the same source, 35 cases were confirmed Ebola in Guinea, including eleven cases in the capital, Conakry, 17 to Gueckédou and finally seven Macenta.