ECDC has published Epidemiological update: Outbreak of Ebola virus disease in west Africa and Democratic Republic of the Congo. Click through for many tables and an excellent map. Excerpt:
On 8 August 2014, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) evolving in west Africa a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
Since December 2013 and as of 26 August 2014, 3 071 cases of EVD, including 1 553 deaths have been reported by WHO. This is the first outbreak of EVD in West Africa and it is unprecedented in its size and geographical distribution, and in affecting densely populated urban areas. The outbreak is currently in a rapid increase phase and has not yet peaked (Figure 1). Officially reported figures are generally believed to be under-estimations of the real magnitude of this outbreak.
During the past three weeks (week 33-35) almost 53% of the cases were reported from three counties in Liberia: Monserrado (20.6%) where the capital Monrovia is located, the adjacent Margibi county (19.3%) and Lofa (13.0%), bordering Sierra Leone and Guinea.
During the same period in Sierra Leone, Kenema and Kailahun districts reported 7.2% and 6.0% of the total cases.
In Guinea, the prefecture of Macenta is the most affected location countrywide (6.0% of the total of case in west Africa during week 33-35 period).
Therefore, the outbreak is currently evolving in the cross-border area of the three countries and in the Liberian capital Monrovia.