Via ReliefWeb, a WHO report that doesn't seem to be up on WHO's own site yet: Ebola virus disease, West Africa (Situation as of 2 April 2014).
• Five new cases were recorded in last 24 hours. The total number of suspected and confirmed cases in the on-going ebola outbreak in Guinea has increased to 127, including 83 deaths. 35 cases were confirmed by laboratory testing
• So far in Conakry there have been 12 cases and 4 deaths. 11 of the 12 cases were confirmed by laboratory testing.
• The case fatality rate is 65%. All age groups have been affected but most of the cases are adults aged 15-59 years.
• WHO is working with countries bordering Guinea to put in place necessary disease surveillance measures. Both Sierra Leone and Liberia have reported suspected cases and deaths consistent with ebola virus to WHO among people who had travelled to affected region before symptom onset.
• Liberia has reported 7 suspected cases. Laboratory results from 7 blood samples showed 2 confirmed cases. 27 contacts of these cases are being followed. In Sierra Leone 15 contacts are being followed. These persons attended a burial of a person deceased in Gueckedou.