Thanks to Henri Willox in Conakry for tweeting the link to this useful report: Ebola: an update April 16 - France in Guinea and Sierra Leone. Excerpt from a Google translation:
Point status Wednesday, 16 April 2014
1. the Balance 16/04/14: 27 cases, 9 deaths (Conakry, 10 cases, 4 deaths, Guékédou, 17 cases, 5 deaths).
2. Overall Performance: 190 cases, 120 deaths, as follows: Guékédou (115 cases, 79 deaths), Macenta (22 cases, 15 deaths), Kissidougou (6 cases, 5 deaths) Dabola (4 cases, 4 deaths) , Dinguiraye (1 case, 1 death), Conakry (41 cases, 16 deaths).
• France has strengthened its aid to Guinea with the arrival, Saturday, April 5, Mr. Sylvain BAIZE, Head of the National Reference Centre hemorrhagic fevers of the Institut Pasteur de Lyon, and a donation of materials and sanitary equipment worth 150,000 Euros (budget of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development / Crisis Centre) to the Guinean Red Cross.
• Mr. Jean-Claude MANUGUERRA, responsible for cell biological emergency Pasteur Institute of Paris and Mr. Christophe BATEJAT have strengthened the team analysis Donka Hospital Laboratory.
• The Ambassador of France and French researchers BAIZE Sylvain and Jean-Claude MANUGUERRA were received by the President of the Republic, Alpha CONDE, April 9.
3. The main focus of the epidemic remains concentrated in three prefectures of Guinea forest in Guékédou mainly Macenta and Kissidougou.
I just did a double-take on point 1: 27 cases and 9 deaths in one day? Or since the last update? (The next one will be on Friday.) Whatever—a total of 190 cases and 120 deaths is a case fatality ratio of 63%. Evidently we are far from the end of this outbreak.