Via Africaguinee.com, an AFP report: In Guinea, the survivors of Ebola have discreet joy. Excerpt from the Google translation:
Conakry-Just out of "Old Diallo" isolation center after three weeks of struggle against dengue, considers himself a miracle Ebola. But despite his joy, this sexagenarian Guinea refuses to give his name for fear of being treated like a curious beast or a "plague."
Small beard and unkempt white hair, frail patriarch was treated in the isolation center for Ebola patients of Doctors Without Borders (MSF), located within the Donka hospital in Conakry, where he was released this week.
Happy to be alive and together. "God is great," he says, agreeing to speak to an AFP journalist until his family in a tent at the entrance, but without revealing its identity or to be photographed, for fear be recognized and stigmatized.
"You may find me + + and it still hurts to be viewed as a disease," he explains. "I do not want this," he warns, asking to be called simply "Old Diallo."
232 patients admitted to the MSF center at Donka, 124 were confirmed positive for the Ebola virus, of which 64 survived and returned home, the NGO said AFP Friday.