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  • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 936 clinical cases including 595 deaths as of September 13, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 16, 2014)

    Embassy of France in Conakry
    ...
    Update on the situation of Wednesday, September 17, 2014 (figures from 16 September - source WHO)

    GUINEA

    New cases registered: 14 confirmed (Conakry 2, Macenta 8, For?cariah 1, K?rouan? 3).

    Overall assessment: 750 confirmed cases including 435 deaths, as follows: Conakry (127 cases, 51 deaths); Gu?k?dou (235 cases, 182 deaths); Macenta (254 cases, 142 deaths); Dabola (1 case deceased); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 4 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (17 cases, 9 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (9 cases, 4 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 3 deaths); Coyah (7 cases, 4 deaths); Dalaba (1 cases 0 death).
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    http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...ituation-au-17
    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
    -Nelson Mandela

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    • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 936 clinical cases including 595 deaths as of September 13, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 16, 2014)

      WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report
      18 September 2014
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      http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/1...df?ua=1Control
      Twitter: @RonanKelly13
      The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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      • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 942 clinical cases including 601 deaths as of September 14, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 18, 2014)

        Embassy of France in Conakry
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        Update on the situation of Thursday, September 18, 2014 (figures from September 17 - source WHO)

        GUINEA

        New cases registered: 7 confirmed (Conakry 2 Macenta 4 Dalaba 1).

        Overall Performance: 771 confirmed cases including 442 deaths, as follows: Conakry (129 cases, 51 deaths); Gu?k?dou (235 cases, 182 deaths); Macenta (258 cases, 151 deaths); Dabola (1 case deceased); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 4 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (17 cases, 9 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (9 cases, 4 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 3 deaths); Coyah (7 cases, 4 deaths); Dalaba (2 cases, 0 death).
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        http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...tion-au-18,991
        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
        -Nelson Mandela

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        • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 942 clinical cases including 601 deaths as of September 14, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 18, 2014)

          Embassy of France in Conakry
          ...
          Update on the situation of Friday, September 19, 2014 (September 18 figures - source WHO)

          GUINEA

          New cases registered: 6 confirmed (Conakry 1, Gu?ck?dou 1, Macenta 4).

          Overall Performance: 771 confirmed cases including 442 deaths, as follows: Conakry(130 cases, 58 deaths); Gu?k?dou (236 cases, 182 deaths); Macenta (262 cases, 153 deaths); Dabola (1 case deceased); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 7 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (17 cases, 9 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (9 cases, 7 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 3 deaths); Coyah 7 cases (5 deaths); Dalaba (2 cases, 0 death).
          ...

          http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...tion-au-19,992
          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
          -Nelson Mandela

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          • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 942 clinical cases including 601 deaths as of September 14, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 18, 2014)

            Embassy of France in Conakry
            ...

            Status report of Monday, September 22, 2014 (figures from 21 September - source WHO)

            GUINEA

            New cases registered: 41 confirmed (Conakry 3, Gu?ck?dou 1, Macenta 34, Nzerekore 2, Kindia 1).

            Overall Performance: 818 confirmed cases including 465 deaths, as follows: Conakry(133 cases, 58 deaths); Gu?k?dou (231 cases, 183 deaths); Macenta (292 cases, 158 deaths); Dabola (1 case, 0 death); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 7 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (19 cases, 9 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (9 cases, 7 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 5 deaths); Coyah 7 cases (5 deaths); Dalaba (2 cases, 0 death); Kindia 1 (1 case, 0 deaths).
            ...

            ...
            http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...tion-au-22,993
            "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
            -Nelson Mandela

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            • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1008 clinical cases including 632 deaths as of September 20, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 22, 2014)

              Hattip Sharon Sanders
              WHO: EBOLA RESPONSE ROADMAP UPDATE
              22 September 2014

              Following the roadmap structure country reports fall into two categories: those with widespread and intense transmission (Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone); and those with an initial case or cases, or with localized transmission (Nigeria, Senegal). An overview of the situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where a separate, unrelated outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) is occurring, is also provided (see Annex 1).

              1. COUNTRIES WITH WIDESPREAD AND INTENSE TRANSMISSION

              5843 (probable, confirmed and suspected; see Annex 2) cases and 2803 deaths have been reported in the current outbreak of EVD as at 20 September 2014 by the Ministry of Health of Guinea, as at 17 September 2014 by the Ministry of Health of Liberia, and as at 19 September 2014 by the Ministry of Health of Sierra Leone (table 1).

              more...

              http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/1...4_eng.pdf?ua=1
              "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
              -Nelson Mandela

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              • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1008 clinical cases including 632 deaths as of September 20, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 22, 2014)

                Translation Google

                Embassy of France in Conakry
                ...
                Update on the situation of the Tuesday, September 23, 2014 (figures from September 22 - source WHO)

                GUINEA

                New cases registered: 14 confirmed (Conakry 3, Gu?ck?dou 2, Macenta 7, Coyah 2).

                Overall assessment: 832 confirmed cases including 468 deaths, as follows: Conakry (136 cases, 58 deaths); Gu?k?dou (239 cases, 183 deaths); Macenta (303 cases, 161 deaths); Dabola (1 case, 0 death); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 7 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (19 cases, 9 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (9 cases, 7 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 5 deaths); Coyah (9 cases, 5 deaths); Dalaba (2 cases, 0 death); Kindia 1 (1 case, 0 deaths).
                ...
                http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...ituation-au-23
                "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                -Nelson Mandela

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                • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1008 clinical cases including 632 deaths as of September 20, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 22, 2014)

                  Embassy of France in Conakry
                  ...
                  Update on the situation of Wednesday, September 24, 2014 (figures from September 23 - source WHO)

                  GUINEA

                  New cases registered: 22 confirmed (Conakry 3, Gu?ck?dou 2, Macenta 14, Nzerekore 1, For?cariah 2).

                  Overall assessment: 854 confirmed cases including 476 deaths, as follows: Conakry (139 cases, 61 deaths); Gu?k?dou (241 cases, 183 deaths); Macenta (317 cases, 166 deaths); Dabola (1 case, 0 death); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 7 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (20 cases, 9 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (11 cases, 7 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 5 deaths); Coyah (9 cases, 5 deaths); Dalaba (2 cases, 0 death); Kindia 1 (1 case, 0 deaths).
                  ...
                  http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Nouvel-article,997
                  "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                  -Nelson Mandela

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                  • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1008 clinical cases including 632 deaths as of September 20, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 22, 2014)

                    WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report
                    24 September 2014
                    OVERVIEW
                    The total number of probable, confirmed and suspected cases (see Annex 1) in the current outbreak
                    of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in West Africa was 6263, with 2917 deaths, as at the end of 21
                    September 2014. Countries affected are Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone. Figure 1
                    shows the total number of confirmed and probable cases by country that have been reported in each
                    epidemiological week between the start of 30 December 2013 (start of epidemiological week 1) and
                    the end of 21 September 2014 (epidemiological week 38: 15 to 21 September), and indicates a fall in
                    the number of reported new cases compared with the previous two weeks. However, for reasons
                    given below, this is unlikely to be an accurate reflection of the reality. The epidemic of EVD in West
                    Africa is still increasing.
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                    Ebola.png
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                    GUINEA
                    The situation in Guinea remains stable, with between 82 and 102 new confirmed and probable cases
                    reported in each of the past five weeks (figure 2). Unlike the capitals of Liberia and Sierra Leone,
                    transmission in the Guinean capital, Conakry, remains stable and moderate, with 3?15 newly
                    reported cases each week. In Gueckedou, which was the origin of the outbreak, between 10 and 20
                    cases have been reported in each of the previous 30 weeks. Macenta, which borders Gueckedou,
                    has continued to report a high number of new cases (37?70) for the past five weeks.
                    ...
                    http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/1...4_eng.pdf?ua=1
                    Twitter: @RonanKelly13
                    The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                    • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1022 clinical cases including 635 deaths as of September 21, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 24, 2014)


                      <SMALL>Location of Kindia Prefecture and seat in Guinea.</SMALL>
                      <SMALL>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kindia_Prefecture</SMALL>

                      Translation Google

                      Thurs, September 25th, 2014, 12:49
                      Posted By Guineenews

                      Ebola: a new case reported to the regional hospital in Kindia

                      A young student at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Conakry Gamal Abdel Naser, who came to do an internship to the regional hospital district residing in Yabara was confirmed positive for the hemorrhagic Ebola virus.

                      After the manifestation of these symptoms, health authorities in the Urban Community (CU) were immediately mobilized and evacuated him to the treatment center Donka. According to Dr. Bakary Conde, director of the regional hospital "the young came Sept. 16, 2014, and was admitted to the service of general medicine tired with vomiting and pain. After consultation, redness was found in the mouth. "

                      "The generalists, continues Dr. Conde, requested a consultation of the service of dentistry which was done and it was realized he had a epistaxis because he had a cup of blood in the nostrils and vomited blood.

                      Immediately, he was transferred to the treatment center Donka and he was confirmed positive. Currently, we have identified all contacts wherever he went. "

                      "Today, there are 21 contact cases including 13 cases of at the regional hospital. The spraying was done everywhere he has gone through our emergency Red Cross services, "he added.

                      The prefectural health director Dr. Mory Kindia Togba added: "This is the first time that a case of Ebola is declared in Kindia; before this case, we had to make arrangements while setting a crisis committee at Madina Oula and everywhere to be able to protect the population . "

                      "The first partner to assist is the federation Mounafangni (FMK). It sent a large amount of chlorine, bleach and soap. This is what has been distributed to all health centers in the prefecture and that helped a lot, "he says.

                      The DPS has also invited the public to be vigilant and to report any suspicious Ebola cases, but also apply the hygienic rules washing hands with chlorine and bleach.

                      Hemorrhagic Ebola virus is a reality in West Africa, particularly in Guinea.

                      The latest revelation of the crisis committee shows that more than 605 people died in Guinea of which 70 health workers.

                      Mamady Mara corresponding Guin?enews ? Kindia, Tel: 224.621.86.10.10

                      http://guineenews.org/ebola-un-nouve...nal-de-kindia/
                      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                      -Nelson Mandela

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                      • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1022 clinical cases including 635 deaths as of September 21, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 24, 2014)

                        Translation Google

                        Embassy of France in Conakry
                        ...
                        Update on the situation of Thursday, September 25, 2014 (figures from September 24 - source WHO)

                        GUINEA

                        New cases registered: 22 confirmed (Conakry 10, Gu?ck?dou 2, Macenta 8, Nzerekore 1, Dalaba 1).

                        Overall assessment: 876 confirmed cases including 481 deaths, as follows: Conakry (149 cases, 62 deaths); Gu?k?dou (243 cases, 184 deaths); Macenta (325 cases, 168 deaths); Dabola (1 case, 0 death); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 7 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (21 cases, 10 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (11 cases, 7 deaths); K?rouan? (22 cases, 5 deaths); Coyah (9 cases, 5 deaths); Dalaba (3 cases, 0 death); Kindia 1 (1 case, 0 deaths).
                        ...

                        http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...tion-au-25,998
                        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                        -Nelson Mandela

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                        • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1022 clinical cases including 635 deaths as of September 21, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 24, 2014)

                          WHO: EBOLA RESPONSE ROADMAP UPDATE
                          26 September 2014
                          http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/1...4_eng.pdf?ua=1

                          Ebola.png
                          Twitter: @RonanKelly13
                          The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                          • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1074 clinical cases including 648 deaths as of September 23, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 26, 2014)

                            Translation Google

                            Embassy of France in Conakry
                            ...
                            Update on the situation of Monday, September 29, 2014 (figures of 28 September - source WHO)

                            GUINEA

                            New cases registered: 69 confirmed (Conakry 15, Gu?ck?dou 2, Macenta 41, Nzerekore 3, K?rouane 1, Dalaba 3, Beyla 2).

                            Overall assessment: 945 confirmed cases including 531 deaths, as follows: Conakry (164 cases, 64 deaths); Gu?k?dou (245 cases, 187 deaths); Macenta (366 cases, 209 deaths); Dabola (1 case, 0 death); Kissidougou (3 cases, 2 deaths); T?lim?l? (23 cases, 7 deaths); Boffa (19 cases, 11 deaths); Kouroussa (2 cases, 2 deaths); Dubreka (21 cases, 7 deaths); Siguiri (6 cases, 3 deaths); Pita (6 cases, 2 deaths); Nzerekore (24 cases, 13 cases died); Yomou (11 cases, 5 deaths); For?cariah (11 cases, 7 deaths); K?rouan? (23 cases, 5 deaths); Coyah (9 cases, 5 deaths); Dalaba (6 cases, 0 death); Kindia 1 (1 case, 0 death); Beyla (2 cases , 1 death).
                            ...



                            ...
                            http://www.ambafrance-gn.org/Ebola-p...ituation-au-29
                            Last edited by Pathfinder; September 29, 2014, 09:54 AM. Reason: Translated
                            "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                            -Nelson Mandela

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                            • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1074 clinical cases including 648 deaths as of September 23, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 26, 2014)

                              Translation Google

                              Mon, September 29, 2014, 2:52 p.m.
                              Posted By Guilana Fidel Momou

                              Ebola: new cases of deaths caused by people from Liberia Forest

                              The influx of people from Liberia, now severely affected by the disease Ebola, worried increasingly urban populations of N'Z?r?kor? and Lola where we talk about new cases of deaths these days by travelers from the neighboring country, have we learned.
                              ...
                              According to a colleague reached by telephone in N'Z?r?kor? Monday, those travelers most of whom are infected with Ebola virus are fleeing Liberia to arrive in Guinea. Some people cross on foot while others, once at the borders are transported on a motorcycle to the city to escape the vigilance of the authorities, with the consequences that entails.

                              The same source says that a man carrying the virus came from Liberia and three members of his family have died in N'Z?r?kor? while yesterday in Gogota, a village of Lola, it is a a woman also from Liberia who passed away.
                              ...
                              http://guineenews.org/ebola-de-nouve...eria-en-foret/
                              "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                              -Nelson Mandela

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                              • Re: Guinea - Ebola: 1074 clinical cases including 648 deaths as of September 23, 2014 (WHO Ebola Response Roadmap September 26, 2014)

                                Why would they be fleeing one country that is struggling with the problem into another country that is also struggling? Is it just becuase it is the closest?

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