Via the Mali Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene: COMMUNIQUE OF THE GOVERNMENT ON THE RESULTS OF ANALYSES OF SUSPECTED OF Ebola IN MALI. The full report, in a Google translation:
Consistent with its commitment to regularly inform the national and international public opinion on the developments of the epidemic threat of Ebola virus, the government informs the population that to date Tuesday, April 15, 2014 the Mali does not know any new suspected cases of Ebola have fewer cases confirmed.
The results of sample analysis conducted by the National Institute of Heath (NIH) of the United States of America confirmed that beyond the third suspected case, seven other suspects, including human remains repatriated, have been tested and reported not carrying Ebola virus. The results of all these tests have been passed yesterday Monday, April 14, 2014 the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene. It comforts the Government of Mali in its efforts to prevent against the Ebola outbreak that raged for weeks in the sister Republic of Guinea.
However, the government invites the public to further collaboration with health authorities to prevent the introduction and spread of the epidemic hemorrhagic Ebola virus in the country.
While welcoming the positive evolution of the epidemiological situation in Guinea, Mali's government demonstrates its solidarity to the government and people of Guinea.
The Government invites health staff to be more vigilant, and the population in respect of hygiene measures enacted to fight against the Ebola virus.
The "positive evolution" of Ebola in Guinea has unfortunately relapsed into many new cases.