ECDC has published Rapid risk assessment: Outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa. Click through to download the PDF. The abstract:
The outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in West Africa with onset in early December 2013 in Guinea now involves three countries: Guinea, Liberia and most recently Sierra Leone. This is the first documented EVD outbreak in these countries. By week 14 of 2014, it looked like the control measures would bring the outbreak to a halt but the situation has now evolved in another direction. In week 22 of 2014, there was an unexpected surge in the number of new cases and the outbreak spread to previously unaffected areas in Guinea and Sierra Leone.
ECDC has also published two other important reports today, one on West Nile fever and the other the week 23 Communicable Disease Threats Report.