Via Aujourd'hui en Guinée, a Xinhua report: Ebola in Guinea: 3 Dubréka cases, 3 cases in Boffa and Télimélé 3 cases. The Google translation:
Guinea has recorded 108 deaths out of 167 cases of fever reported in the country since January ebola, said Wednesday the head of department Prevention and fight against the disease, Dr. Sakoba Kéita.
Dr Sakoba Keita stated that two new prefectures are added to the areas affected by the epidemic. This is Boffa and Télimélé located in Lower and Middle Guinea respectively. Télimélé A, there were 3 cases with 1 death, and Boffa 3 cases. But we should add Dubréka Prefecture located about fifty kilometers from Conakry, where 3 patients were recorded. One patient died, according to Dr. Sakoba Keita.
Chief of Prevention and Control division against the disease has also reported two new cases of Ebola reported in the Guinean capital, especially in the common Ratoma Kaporo the district, including a death.
Dr. Sakoba speaks of "resistance for sociological reasons" to justify the resurgence of this disease. Because, according to him, some contacts are not reported by their relatives. Guinean health authorities claim to follow nearly 500 contacts across the country to contain the spread of the disease.