Via Le Jour, an APS report: Senegal: An official calls for solidarity with Conakry to fight against Ebola. The Google translation:
The Director General of Health, Dr. Pape Amadou Diack, launched Wednesday in Dakar, a call for solidarity with the Guinea to help the country fight against the epidemic fever Ebola that has already made more than 80 dead.
''I make a call for help to a brother country, to work on the extinction of the disease,'' said Dr. Diack on the sidelines of a workshop impregnation and sharing with journalists health Ebola.
He noted that the Senegal is not from the perspective of close air border with Guinea.
The Senegalese Ministry of Interior announced last Saturday that due to fever Ebola raging in Guinea and in the context of prevention, the boundaries of the regions of Kolda (south) and Kédougou (southeast) with this neighboring country'' are closed until further order.''
The disease broke out in the south of the neighboring Republic of Guinea, has spread in the space of a few weeks until the capital and in other countries such as Sierra Leone.
A total of 84 deaths from the Ebola reported 134 were recorded from January to April 1, 2014 in Guinea, Wednesday, according to APA, citing a statement from the Division Head prevention and the fight against disease of the Guinean Ministry of Health, Dr. Sakoba Keita.