Via Guinéenews.org: A suspected Ebola cases Kamsar: "The person was isolated health center Kassopo," we are told. The Google translation:
Medical sources, a person suspected of being contaminated with Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus was detected this Wednesday, April 2, 2014 in the mining town of Kamsar, Boke Prefecture.
According to our sources, the suspect was isolated health center Kassopo at Kamsar.
"The samples were taken and sent to Conakry for confirmatory examinations or information" to indicate Guineenews medical sources.
Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus was found in Guinea since January, but has been officially announced by the Guinean authorities on March 21.
To date, the overall result since January 2014 is 127 suspected cases and 83 deaths, distributed as follows: Guékédou (79 cases, 57 deaths), Macenta (23 cases, 14 deaths), Kissidougou (9 cases, 5 deaths) Dabola (3 cases, 2 deaths), Dinguiraye (1 case, 1 death), Conakry (12 cases, 4 deaths).
In short, the main focus of this epidemic remains concentrated in three prefectures of Guinea forest in Guékédou mainly Macenta and Kissidougou.
Kamsar, as the link will show you, is in the far northwest of Guinea, on the coast and not far from neighbouring Guinea-Bissau.