Lucie Lecomte has found two remarkable reports on Seneweb News. Here's the first one: Suspect Ebola Cases Fann Hospital: Concern pending test results. Fann Hospital is in Dakar, the capital of Senegal. Excerpt from the Google translation:
The medical staff at the University Hospital of Fann pray with all his strength for the case suspected of having contracted the disease Ebola is not confirmed. The samples were taken and analyzes are underway in another health facility. Pending precautions are taken by isolating the sick from Liberia. Fear has gripped the staff of the health facility.
This is a white person and male who presented yesterday Friday around 23h with highly suspicious signs. According to some members of the medical staff interviewed by us Fann hospital, he stayed for more than 42 days in an infected country of Liberia and it has a very high fever. Only he is not vomiting and has no diarrhea. It does not bleed either. So it is suspected but not yet confirmed because the analyzes are being made and only after obtaining the results of the analysis of the hospital will be able to decide if it is truly serious reached Ebola virus or not.
However, there is a sinister behavior of the hospital staff. All officers of the emergency department located within the Diagnostic Center Medical Imaging are evacuated. Places placed in quarantine. They are made to emergency services at the entrance. Security guards are posted at all entrances. No one leaves, no one enters. The instructions are clear. However, one of the guards we interviewed said the doctor in the infectious diseases was there early this morning. But he just made comments that can do without the test results nothing.
Meanwhile, another Seneweb News report (in French, readable with Google Translate) describes a suspected Ebola case in Ourossougui, in eastern Senegal. This person is a Malian national recently returned from his homeland where he had had contact with persons from Guinea. He is suffering from headaches, 40ºC fever, joint pain and bloody diarrhea, according to the head doctor of the hospital.