Thanks to Lucie Lecomte for sending the link to this Guinéenews.org story, republished in PressAfrik.com: Ebola: the Guinea reflects on the export of virus in Dakar - the family of the young student almost decimated. The Google translation:
Saturday, making the epidemic hemorrhagic fever, Guinea has also spoken on the export of the virus in neighboring Senegal. It all started last August 8, according to the National Committee for response to Ebola.
Basically, a Guinean university student "General Lansana Conté Sonfonia", one of two public universities in the capital had contact August 8 Forécariah (town on the border of Sierra Leone), with his younger brother from Sierra Leone. The latter died on August 10 in the village of Laya (Forécariah), and his funeral was held the day after his death.
August 15, 2014, the student has left Guinea for Senegal for a vacation.
Investigations in the family led to the understanding that the mother began to show signs of Ebola, five days after the death of his son. And she was hospitalized at the district hospital of Forécariah 22 August 2014. This is a result of her hospitalization that the center of Conakry Ebola treatment was alerted.
On 26 August, a team was dispatched. The mother and four members of his family were transferred to the processing center the same day. Unfortunately, she succumbed to the disease on August 27. One of her daughters will follow the next day. Another of her daughters present with signs had a negative sample. But in-depth reviews are underway.
By cons, depending on the Response Committee, two of his brothers who had positive samples are currently isolated treatment center Ebola. And contacts are being identified.