Sundays are slow news days at best, but the absence of reports from Guinea-Bissau is slightly maddening. I know it's a small country, a former Portuguese colony, but surely someone in Bissau or a neighbouring country must know what's happening with the suspected Ebola case who crossed the border from Guinea-Conakry.
Aggravating the problem is that Guinea-Bissau seems to have just a couple of online news sources, one of which is weeks out of date. Neither has a word about Ebola; the original report on the suspected case came from a francophone source, which hasn't updated the story since Friday. And the government has no health-ministry that I can find.
It's now past 12:30 Monday morning in Guinea-Bissau, and many news outlets update around midnight. Not Guinea-Bissau's. If only they'd report the case is just malaria, I could go back to fretting about Sierra Leone.