Via Guinéenews.org: Ebola killed one Boffa and saw an increase in Télimélé. Excerpt from a Google translation:
The Ebola virus continues its dangerous rise in the districts of Lower Guinea and Conakry. Boffa Prefecture (located approximately 150 kilometers from the Guinean capital) reported a first death was sick Ebola this afternoon, according to medical sources. After three (3) confirmed by laboratory tests in patients Conakry, Boffa received last night, visiting a government mission led by the Minister of Health, Rémy Lamah.
For its part, the prefecture Télimélé (Boffa and remote border Conakry 270 km) fights against this cursed fever for a week already, without the visit, or the support of any member of the government. And despite the countless financial and material assistance from the international community and even individual received by the Guinean government in the fight against Ebola.
Products conveyed by a truck from the Ministry of Social Action are always stored in a shop, waiting for a hypothetical government mission brings its program each overnight. So these are NGOs such as Doctors Without Borders, WHO, Plan Guinea, etc.. currently providing advice, assistance and support to the medical staff, the public and local authorities.
This Wednesday, May 28, we learn that it is through a voluntary contribution initiated by the prefect, the local authorities were able to buy rice, soap, jumps and kettles to send the grieving family.
Meanwhile, the list of patients is prolonged and the risk of spreading to enlarge! For example, a resident of the city center (urban commune) Télimélé felt sick and took the road to Conakry. Upon arrival, a review of its levies Donka testified that she was indeed positive for Ebola, so we could hardly identify all of his traveling companions, people who have been in contact with it, etc. And to Télimélé a member of the medical staff has probable signs reluctant for a time to be take.