Thanks to Lucie Lecomte for alerting me to this report in Aminata.com: Coyah: more Ebola cases confirmed in the urban district and surrounding areas. Excerpt from the Google translation:
Hitherto untouched by this haemorrhagic fever Ebola raging in Guinea and in the sub-region in recent months, the prefecture of Coyah has recorded more than a dozen cases confirmed by health authorities, Has it according to sources cited by the Community Radio Fm renaissance.
According to our sources, the first five cases involve people who came from Sierra Leone. Four infected people were received at a clinic in the urban district then transferred to the processing center Ebola at Donka hospital. The fifth person was in turn passed away a few days after his arrival in camp Kwame Nkrumah.
To believe our informants, other case involving a young boy of thirteen Dubréka came to take refuge in the rural community of Kouria, a manager at a clinic 54 kilometers and former superintendent of the hospital but Prefecture Coyah also his wife and one of his children were positive. This health worker would have received two sick 'of Ebola in its clinic.
When questioned, the prefectural health director Coyah reported that the 13 health workers in the clinic who received the first four cases were identified and their family members are about to be identified for monitoring regularly for 21 days.