Via ReliefWeb, an AFP report: All parts of Liberia affected by the outbreak of Ebola. Excerpt from the Google translation:
The Ebola epidemic continues to gain ground in Liberia where cases have been discovered in the only region in the country so far spared from West Africa is already the most hit.
Cases have been discovered for the first time in south-eastern Liberia, near the border with Côte d'Ivoire, Has on Friday from sources.
According to George Williams, secretary general of the union of health services in the country, "it was the last area untouched by Ebola," the HIV epidemic in West Africa since the beginning of the year.
He spoke of "two dead Gbokon-jelee", a city in South East which attracts many gold dealers across Liberia and even Ivory Coast. The medical officer in the region, George Daouda, confirmed a confirmed Ebola cases.
It is in this country in full turmoil as UN coordinator against the epidemic, Dr. David Nabarro, arrived Thursday night, the first stage of a tour of the four countries affected.
The challenge is to cope with a new outbreak "if necessary", had told AFP the British epidemiologist Thursday in Conakry.
Liberia is considered the weakest link in the response to the epidemic, particularly because of the small number of physicians: 0.1 per 10,000, against an average of 2.6 in Africa, according to the World Organization Health Organization (WHO).
And the low capacity of the crematorium single country is largely overtaken by dozens of bodies collected daily, according to the Liberian Red Cross.