Via Guinéenews.org: MP Labe Cellou Balde: "To date, there is no Ebola virus in Labe". Excerpt from a Google translation:
The member of the Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG) Labe Cellou Bladé, denies the presence of Ebola in his constituency. He said Saturday in Conakry, he came to attend the session laws scheduled next Monday at the palace of the people.
"Based on the information we have received health services Labe, including regional health directorate and the prefectural health, I formally denied these rumors. To date, we have not recorded Ebola in Labe.
"Indeed, there was a gentleman who reportedly died in Conakry have been reduced in a crate Seignein informed, a village in the prefecture of Garambé a doctor I think. According to reports, the little brother of the deceased and his friends who conveyed the body, have shown symptoms of the Ebola virus. It seems that some of this group have tested positive.
"Following this information, health services Labe, accompanied by the prefect and the governor, we we were on tour, made a visit to Seignin. They met the parents. After checking, the parents then showed no symptoms. So they said loud and clear that the Ebola virus has not arrived in Labe. So, to date, there is no Ebola virus in Labe.
"I want this information to the Regional Director of Health and Director of Health prefectural city of Labe. They went in the local media to ask people not to panic. In Labe, the mind is good, people go about their daily lives. They are not too concerned. Initially, many thought it was an April Fool."