Via Kaba Bachir.com, a news source I don't know, a May 31 report: Ebola in Guinea Dubréka affected. The Google translation:
Chain propagation of the epidemic hemorrhagic Ebola virus does not go away. Far from it. Thus, after prefectures Télimélé and Boffa is around Dubréka, located only 50 km from the Guinean capital which has recorded its first victim.
According to the information we have, the victim, a woman, died last Monday. You would think that no one wanted the information to be revealed. Unless this is the time required for the analysis of samples taken from the remains. Indeed, the deceased woman was prior to Conakry, specifically in the Kaporo neighborhood in the suburbs. She would have developed after the death of her husband, whose cause of death had not been formally identified as Ebola
In any event, once the disease started at the widow, she went to the hospital where he was immediately put under surveillance pending the formal diagnosis. But she expects the establishment of the verdict. Accompanied by her co-wife, she goes to his Dubréka last Sunday. 24 hours later, she was no longer of this world.
Alerted, political and health authorities of the prefecture go in the family mortuary and request the body for burial. After fierce resistance, the family will finally consented and the victim returned to his final resting place until late Monday night.
Since we are looking for her co-wife who, according to some sources, would be to turn his suffering. But she mysteriously disappeared. More generally, the prefectural authorities, aided by some agents of national and international NGOs, trying to isolate the bad.
The mention of the "co-wife" makes me realize that in a polygamous society, opportunities for disease spread in families are that much greater.