Via Guinéenews.org: "The markets are open ... No new cases of Ebola in Télimélé! ", Says the prefect, Souleymane Camara Mouloukou. The Google translation:
In a telephone interview with Guineenews Sunday morning, the prefect of Télimélé confirmed that the markets were not finally closed.
"The market is not closed. Indeed, in my absence, the crisis committee had decided to close markets to minimize the risk of contamination through contact. But officials Doctors Without Borders (MSF) arrived here with a psychologist advised us to do so. You know that these NGOs, MSF, WHO and others have a long experience in managing such cases. So they said the closure of markets can create psychosis and amplify risks," said the Prefect Souleymane Camara Mouloukou.
According to the prefect of these NGOs and Télimélé Plan Guinea brought beyond advice, chlorine solutions for hygienic provisions are made in the major centers for disinfection.
In addition, a conveyor of the Ministry of Social Action landed yesterday (Saturday) to Horé Loûbha cartons of soap, kettles, buckets with lids, gloves, over-water, etc.. "We expect the delegation of donors to deliver these materials to beneficiaries," said the prefect of Télimélé.
What could Télimélé nationals living outside, Mr. Souleymane Camara Mouloukou recalled that victims need to be helped. "We need to help the families of the victims through counseling and even financial and material aid. Nowadays, people who were concerned about what to eat may be stigmatized, etc.," said the prefect.
To remember that no new cases are reported from the first samples that confirmed the contamination of Ebola two patients currently undergoing treatment. Pending completion of the incubation period of 21 days, 41 contacts are being followed which children under two years of the late third.