Via Seneweb News, an APS report: Awa Marie Coll Seck: 'No confirmed case of Ebola to date". Excerpt from the Google translation:
The Minister of Health and Social Action Awa Marie Coll Seck said Monday in Dakar that no confirmed cases of Ebola haemorrhagic fever, has so far been recorded in Senegal, adding that the results of Samples from two patients with symptoms of the disease were found négative. Speaking when coming out of a meeting chaired on this issue by Prime Minister Abdullah Mahammed Boun Dionne, Ms. Seck said the meeting, public authorities holding "communicate seamlessly on the matter."
Also, the Minister of Health and Prevention has he invited the press to "not panic and psychosis in the population", referring in particular to press by being "hidden cases "Ebola Senegal.
Saying that there are "hidden cases" of the disease in Senegal notes of "paranoia", argued Awa Marie Coll Seck, before calling professionals to mediate on this issue, "the right information".
A person with symptoms referring to Ebola was placed Saturday quarantined by the services of the hospital Ourossogui (north). Samples have been made on him and sent to Dakar for analysis and the results were negative.
The authorities also indicated that health services have come to the same conclusion, also in relation to the case of the patient interned at the Fann Hospital in Dakar.