We've seen varying estimates of the number of Ebola suspects in Mali. This report sticks with three. Via Mali Jet: No cases of Ebola have detected Mali. Two of the three suspected cases in Mali are not due to the virus. The third is being analyzed. The Google translation:
In Mali, three patients with symptoms resembling those of Ebola virus were detected last week and placed in solitary confinement. For two patients, the test results came back negative. For the third patient, it will still have to wait to see the result.
This is the WHO, the World Organization of the Health in Bamako, which reveals: the first two suspects have not contracted the Ebola virus. This was revealed tests from samples that had been done on them. Morale of these patients is good, they asked out of the isolation cell in which they are confined since last Monday and their wishes should be promptly granted.
"We must first prepare their families, says the WHO is to understand that they do not have the Ebola virus and there is no rejection."
A third case suspends
As regards the third suspect is still uncertainty. Because he had fled after being spotted before being found, it says the WHO, its levies would not have occurred at the same time and therefore were later sent to another laboratory in Dakar.
According to WHO, "the state is encouraging, it is improving." But you obviously know the test results before drawing any conclusion.
According to WHO Bamako, no other suspect cases have been detected so far in Mali.