I've been neglecting Guinea, and I shouldn't have. Via GuineeConakry.info: N'zérékoré: popular revolt against the "authors" of Ebola. Excerpt from a Google translation:
The toughest of National Committees of the countries affected by Ebola have before them adversary, it is the disbelief of the people. Very often and in many cases, these just do not believe in the existence of the disease, or the blame for health workers in general and Westerners in particular.
So far the challenge has been to find a communication while raising awareness, does not cause panic. This balance is not found, there has been sporadic revolts against health workers. This Thursday was the case N'Zérékoré, over 1000 km south of the Guinea!
Reportedly, all would be gone rumors spray the large market of the capital of the forest region. The first version says that when they arrived in the morning, traders and other merchants who were preparing to open the shops and stalls out, would have felt a particularly pungent odor. They have concluded that the market was sprayed the night before.
Another source said that very soon, health workers have been sighted in the market area. Given their special attire (plus gowns, they had masks and gloves), the population would have deduced that they were planning to spray the market.
A resident we joined late in the evening of Thursday, believes more in the first version. In the morning, as she left towards the market Dorota, she would have seen the world fleeing, from large market. Inquiring, was reportedly told that the general market has been sprayed. But it is formal, "nobody saw officers being sprayed. It is smelling a particular odor, they said that the market had been sprayed." Informed local youth Dorota out to be, they said, to oppose the spraying of their market.
Fearful of being in the heart of the event when she saw born, our interlocutor would soon be back home before barricading themselves behind the door all day. She still learned from neighbors that the protesters would have gone up to snatch the sheets at the regional hospital. In fact, the protesters, likening the epidemic to an "invention" and a "lie" confer responsibility for health workers. Thus, their anger was particularly directed towards them.