Guinea is still enduring new Ebola cases, but their media aren't talking much about them. In this case, Guinénews.org makes an exception: An Ebola victim from Sierra Leone buried at Pita. The Google translation:
The government measure prohibiting inter-city transfer of corpses has no effect. A Guinean national, affected by Ebola in Sierra Leone, died in Conakry. The next day his body was conveyed to Pita for burial. From his native village, Kollaguel lives in psychosis on the eve of the festival, it was learned Sunday Pita.
According to our sources, the victim was hit by Ebola in Sierra Leone. Transported to Conakry, precisely Dixinn, the victim did not survive. Thus his parents decided to convey the body for burial Pita. Precisely Kollaguel in Doghol Touma.
Pending determination of the chain of contamination, a team of the Red Cross is on the way to Doghol Touma, sub-prefecture located within fifty miles of Pita Centre.