Another Lucie Lecomte find, this one from Anadolu Agency: Ebola: First Warning in Bangui, a patient of 14 years Quarantine. Excerpt from the Google translation:
A patient of 14 years was quarantined Wednesday morning at Children's Hospital of Bangui, waiting for test results, provided in the evening, after showing symptoms of Ebola infection, reported the correspondent Anadolu.
The girl was brought from the other side of Oubangui River in lieu of river border between the CAR and the DRC, bloody nose and showed signs of fever, according to sources at the pediatric hospital. She was first taken to hospital Elisabeth Domitian Bimbo, on the southern outskirts of Bangui, before facing pediatric complex.
Panic was recorded in mothers of sick children hospitalized in the pediatric complex Bangui, witnesses said. Many left the hospital in a panic to return to their homes with their children.
Staff who received the child, both in the hospital that Domitian pediatric complex were identified and quarantined, according to the Minister of Public Health, Marguerite Maléavo Samba, who has moved pediatric complex.
"The clinical picture presented by this child can be caused by an infection or something else that Ebola. But as we are in a context of Ebola, we remain vigilant. This is why we isolate these patients for examinations," said Minister. "I tell people to stay calm, not to panic. Was not yet reported any cases of Ebola in our countries. We continue epidemiological surveillance."
Pending the results of the analyses at the Pasteur Institute in Bangui, provided in the evening, the minister asked the parents to bring the sick children at the hospital.
"We ask the mothers of children who have panicked this morning and have returned with their children at home to bring in pediatric complex for them to be properly taken care of," said Maléavo.
The CAR is under psychosis since the announcement of the event of Ebola in Equateur, the Congolese region separated only by the Oubangui River from the Central African capital.