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  • Ebola Situation Report - 20 May 2015

    ...
    Sierra Leone Confirmed 8605 19 3541
    Probable 287 * 208
    Suspected 3740 * 158
    Total 12 632 19 3907
    ... SIERRA LEONE

    • Key performance indicators for the EVD response in Sierra Leone are shown in table 6.
    • A total of 8 confirmed cases were reported in the week to 17 May, compared with 2 the previous week (figure 5), ending a sequence of 3 consecutive falls in weekly case incidence.
    • Three districts reported confirmed cases in the week to 17 May, compared with a single district the previous week (figure 3, figure 6). Of 14 districts in Sierra Leone that have ever reported a confirmed case since the beginning of the outbreak, 9 have not reported a confirmed case for over 6 weeks (figure 6).
    • Half of the cases reported from Sierra Leone occurred in three neighbourhoods in the north of the capital, Freetown (table 3, figure 2). Of these, three have a proven epidemiological link to a previous case. The remaining case, reported from Freetown, was identified after post-mortem testing of a community death. The source of infection is unknown, but the case was found in the Moa Wharf area.
    • The district of Port Loko, just to the north of Freetown, reported cases for the first time in over 3 weeks. All 3 cases were reported from the Chiefdom of Kaffu Bullom, and all were registered contacts with an epidemiological link to a previous case reported from the district of Kambia.
    • The district of Kambia, which borders the Guinean prefecture of Forecariah to the north and Port Loko to the south, and which reported zero cases in the week to 10 May, reported a case from the Chiefdom of Magbema in the week to 17 May. The case was a registered contact of a previous case.
    • A total of 599 contacts are currently being monitored daily in 3 districts: 47 in Port Loko, 82 in Kambia, and 470 in Western Area Urban, which includes Freetown.
    • There were 415 credible alerts of sick people with possible Ebola-like symptoms received in the week to 10 May (the most recent week for which data are available). Of these 415, 404 (97%) were responded to within 24 hours. Over 90% of alerts were reported by the public.
    • After 5 consecutive weeks without reporting a health worker infection, a Sierra Leone national working at an Ebola treatment centre near Freetown was laboratory confirmed as EVD positive on 14 May. The national was working at the same facility as the recent Italian health worker case. Investigations are ongoing into how both health workers came to be exposed to EVD.
    • Laboratory indicators continue to reflect a heightened degree of vigilance, with 1654 new samples tested in the week to 17 May. Less than 1% of samples tested positive.
    • Locations of the 12 operational Ebola treatment centres (ETCs) in Sierra Leone are shown in figure 7. An ETC in Kenema closed in the week to 17 May.
    • Locations of the 11 operational laboratories in Sierra Leone are shown in figure 8.
    • ...
    http://apps.who.int/ebola/en/current...rt-20-may-2015
    "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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    • Ebola Situation Report - 10 June 2015
      ... Table 1: Confirmed, probable, and suspected EVD cases in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone
      Guinea Confirmed 3239 38 2018
      Probable 419 * 419
      Suspected 12 *
      Total 3670 38 2437
      Liberia§ Confirmed 3151 0
      Probable 1879 *
      Suspected 5636 *
      Total 10 666 0 4806
      Sierra Leone Confirmed 8635 30 3549
      Probable 287 * 208
      Suspected 3979 * 158
      Total 12 901 30 3915
      Total Confirmed 15 025 68
      Probable 2585 *
      Suspected 9627 *
      Total 27 237 68 11 158

      Data are based on official information reported by ministries of health. These numbers are subject to change due to ongoing reclassification, retrospective investigation and availability of laboratory results. *Not reported due to the high proportion of probable and suspected cases that are reclassified. Data not available. §The outbreak in Liberia was declared over on 9 May, after 42 complete days elapsed since the burial of the last confirmed case. The country has now entered a 3-month period of heightened vigilance.
      ...

      SIERRA LEONE
      ...
      A total of 15 confirmed cases were reported from 2 districts in the week to 31 May, compared with 12 cases from 3 districts the previous week (table 3, figure 2, figure 3, figure 5, figure 6). The weekly total is the highest since March.

      As was the case the previous week, most (7) cases were reported from a densely populated area of the Kaffu Bullom chiefdom in Port Loko. All of the cases were registered contacts of previous cases within quarantined houses in the chiefdom (table 4). However, a cluster of 3 cases was also reported from the Bureh Kasseh Ma chiefdom of the same district, 2 of which arose from an as-yet unknown chain of transmission. These cases are not thought to be directly linked to those in Kaffu Bullom, but rather to a chain of transmission in the neighbouring district of Kambia.

      After reporting its first case in more than 2 weeks the previous week, 5 cases were reported from 2 chiefdoms in Kambia during the week ending 7 June (figure 2, table 3, table 4). A total of 4 cases, all of whom were registered contacts, were reported from the Tonko Limba chiefdom. However, the single case reported from the Magbema chiefdom arose from an as-yet unknown chain of transmission, and was detected only after post-mortem testing of a community death (table 4). Community engagement has continued to be challenging in several chiefdoms in Kambia, and investigations into recent cases there have documented the occurrence of unsafe burials that have previously gone unreported. Improved communication with local communities is essential to understand and address any concerns or disincentives that prevent cases, deaths, and burials from being reported.

      The Western Urban Area of Sierra Leone, which includes the capital Freetown, reported no cases for the first time since August 2014. However, there were still 195 contacts under follow-up in the district as at 7 June, and a total of 392 contacts nationally in 3 districts (Kambia and Port Loko are the other 2 districts).

      No health worker infections were reported in the week to 7 June.

      Laboratory indicators continue to reflect a heightened degree of vigilance, with 1752 new samples tested in the week to 7 June. Less than 1% of samples tested positive. As in Guinea, over 80% of samples were collected from dead bodies, although samples were more evenly distributed among districts: all 14 districts collected and tested sampled in the week to 7 June.

      Locations of the 10 operational Ebola treatment centres (ETCs) in Sierra Leone are shown in figure 7.

      Locations of the 11 operational laboratories in Sierra Leone are shown in figure 8.
      ...

      http://apps.who.int/ebola/en/current...t-10-june-2015
      "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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      • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---JUNE 11, 2015
        DISCHARGED CASES
        Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,016
        NEW CASES
        New Confirmed cases = 9 as follows:
        Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
        Bombali = 0, Kambia = 2, Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =7, Tonkolili = 0
        Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
        Western Area Urban = 0, Western Area Rural = 0, Missing = 0

        Hot Spots:
        District Chiefdom Community
        Kambia
        Magbema Farama Lane (1)
        Samu Rosinor (1)
        Port Loko
        Kaffu Bullom Rotifunk (5)
        BKM Royeukek (2)
        Note: The seven (7) Confirmed cases for Port Loko district are cumulative for the
        9th & 10th, June 2015 (6 for 9th & 1 for 10th June respectively)

        CUMULATIVE CASES
        Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,647 as follows:
        National Ebola Response Centre (NERC)
        Media and Communications Office
        Block 1 Former Special Court Complex
        Jomo Kenyatta Road
        FREETOWN
        Sierra Leone. Website: www.nerc.sl

        Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono = 253
        Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 241, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,474, Tonkolili =
        454
        Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
        Western Area Urban = 2,261, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

        CUMULATIVE DEATHS
        Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,551
        Probable cases = 287
        Probable deaths = 208
        Suspected cases = 3,998
        Suspected deaths = 158
        Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report

        PROVIDED BY:
        The Ministry of Health and Sanitation
        For more information, please contact:
        District level: District Health Management Team
        National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control,
        E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com
        Website: www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.sl
        Mobile: 117 (Toll free
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        • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---JUNE 15, 2015
          DISCHARGED CASES
          Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,016
          NEW CASES
          New Confirmed cases = 0 as follows:
          Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
          Bombali = 0, Kambia = 0, Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =0, Tonkolili = 0
          Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
          Western Area Urban = 0, Western Area Rural = 0, Missing = 0

          Hot Spots:
          District Chiefdom Community

          CUMULATIVE CASES
          Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,649 as follows:
          454
          Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono = 253
          Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 242, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,475, Tonkolili =
          Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
          Western Area Urban = 2,261, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

          CUMULATIVE DEATHS
          Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,553
          Probable cases = 287
          Probable deaths = 208
          Suspected cases = 4029
          Suspected deaths = 158
          Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report

          PROVIDED BY:
          The Ministry of Health and Sanitation
          For more information, please contact: District
          level: District Health Management Team
          National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com
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          • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---JUNE 18, 2015
             DISCHARGED CASES
             Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,021
             NEW CASES
             New Confirmed cases = 3 as follows:
            Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
            Bombali = 0, Kambia = 1, Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =1, Tonkolili = 0
            Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
            Western Area Urban = 1, Western Area Rural = 0, Missing = 0

            Hot Spots:
            District Chiefdom Community
            Kambia Tonko Limba Kadalo (1)
            Port Loko Marampa Mamusa (1)
            Western Area
            Urban
            W/Area Urban Magazine Wharf(1)

            CUMULATIVE CASES
             Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,654 as follows:

            Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono = 253
            Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 243, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,476, Tonkolili = 454
            Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
            Western Area Urban = 2,262, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

             CUMULATIVE DEATHS
             Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,560
             Probable cases = 287
             Probable deaths = 208
             Suspected cases = 4,071
             Suspected deaths = 158

             Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report  PROVIDED BY:  The Ministry of Health and Sanitation  For more information, please contact: District level: District Health Management Team National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com Website: www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.sl Mobile: 117 (Toll free)

            http://health.gov.sl/wp-content/uplo...ne-18-2015.pdf
            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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            • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---JUNE 19, 2015

               DISCHARGED CASES
               Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,022
               NEW CASES
               New Confirmed cases = 2 as follows: Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0 Bombali = 0, Kambia = 1, Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =1, Tonkolili = 0 Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0 Western Area Urban = 0, Western Area Rural = 0, Missing = 0
              Hot Spots:
              District / Chiefdom / Community
              Kambia / Kaffu Bullom / Kasongba (1)
              Port Loko / Marampa / Mamusa (1)
              CUMULATIVE CASES
               Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,656 as follows: Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono = 253 Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 244, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,477, Tonkolili = 454 Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31 Western Area Urban = 2,262, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

               CUMULATIVE DEATHS
               Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,560
               Probable cases = 287  Probable deaths = 208
               Suspected cases = 4,079  Suspected deaths = 158

               Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report  PROVIDED BY:  The Ministry of Health and Sanitation  For more information, please contact: District level: District Health Management Team National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com Website: www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.sl Mobile: 117 (Toll free)

              http://health.gov.sl/wp-content/uplo...ne-19-2015.pdf
              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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              • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---JUNE 20, 2015

                 DISCHARGED CASES
                 Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,023
                 NEW CASES
                 New Confirmed cases = 0 as follows:
                Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
                Bombali = 0, Kambia = 0, Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =0, Tonkolili = 0
                Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
                Western Area Urban = 0, Western Area Rural = 0, Missing = 0

                CUMULATIVE CASES
                 Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,656 as follows:
                Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono = 253
                Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 244, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,477, Tonkolili = 454
                Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
                Western Area Urban = 2,262, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

                 CUMULATIVE DEATHS
                 Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,560
                 Probable cases = 287
                 Probable deaths = 208
                 Suspected cases = 4,091
                 Suspected deaths = 158

                 Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report
                 PROVIDED BY:
                 The Ministry of Health and Sanitation
                 For more information, please contact: District
                level: District Health Management Team
                National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com
                Website: www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.sl
                Mobile: 117 (Toll free)

                http://health.gov.sl/wp-content/uplo...ne-20-2015.pdf
                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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                • Ebola Situation Report - 8 July 2015

                  ... Table 1: Confirmed, probable, and suspected EVD cases in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone
                  Guinea Confirmed 3287 42 2049
                  Probable 450 * 450
                  Suspected 11 *
                  Total 3748 42 2499
                  Liberia§ Confirmed 3151§ -
                  Probable 1879§ -
                  Suspected 5636§ -
                  Total 10 666§ - 4806§
                  Liberia** Confirmed 3 3 1
                  Probable 1 1
                  Suspected *
                  Total 4 4 1
                  Sierra Leone Confirmed 8674 25 3574
                  Probable 287 * 208
                  Suspected 4194 * 158
                  Total 13 155 25 3940
                  Total Confirmed 15 115 70
                  Probable 2617 1
                  Suspected 9841 *
                  Total 27 573 71 11 246

                  Data are based on official information reported by ministries of health. These numbers are subject to change due to ongoing reclassification, retrospective investigation and availability of laboratory results. *Not reported due to the high proportion of probable and suspected cases that are reclassified. ‡Data not available. **The outbreak in Liberia was declared over on 9 May 2015. Due to ongoing surveillance and retrospective validation of cases and deaths, these totals may be subject to revision. At present, cases and deaths reported after 9 May 2015 are considered to constitute a separate outbreak to that which was declared over on 9 May.
                  ...

                  SIERRA LEONE

                  Key performance indicators for the EVD response in Sierra Leone are shown in table 7.

                  A total of 9 confirmed cases were reported from 3 districts (Kambia, Port Loko, and Western Area Urban) in the week to 5 July (table 3, figure 2, figure 3, figure 5, figure 6).

                  Four chiefdoms—Bramaia, Magbema, Samu and Tonko Limba—in the district of Kambia each reported a single confirmed case of EVD. All 4 cases were either registered contacts of a previous case or have an established epidemiological link to one.

                  Two cases were reported from two chiefdoms in Port Loko. The first, from Maforki chiefdom, was a registered contact of a previous case. The second, reported from the chiefdom of Masimera, arose from an unknown source of infection and was identified after post-mortem testing of a community death.

                  Three cases were reported from the Magazine Wharf area of the capital, Freetown. All three cases are registered contacts associated with previous cases in the cluster.

                  All but one of the 9 cases reported from Sierra Leone in the week to 5 July were either registered contacts of a previous case (5) or have an established epidemiological link to one (3). However, 3 cases were only identified as a result of post-mortem testing of community deaths. On 5 July, a total of 1521 contacts were being monitored in 3 districts: Kambia, Port Loko, and Western Area Urban (table 3).

                  In the week to 5 July, 98.1% of 480 credible reports of sick people with possible EVD-like symptoms were responded to within 24 hours. More than two-thirds (70%) of reports came from Freetown and the surrounding rural area. In addition, 1710 reports of deaths were received during the same period, 98.3% of which were responded to within 24 hours.

                  Locations of the 10 operational Ebola treatment centres (ETCs) in Sierra Leone are shown in figure 7.

                  Laboratory indicators continue to reflect a heightened degree of vigilance, with 2012 new samples tested in the week to 5 July: the fifth consecutive weekly increase in new samples tested. Less than 1% tested positive for EVD.

                  Locations of the 9 operational laboratories in Sierra Leone are shown in figure 8. There was one health worker infection reported from Kambia in the week to 5 July.

                  ...
                  http://apps.who.int/ebola/current-si...rt-8-july-2015
                  "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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                    EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---July 10, 2015
                    DISCHARGED CASES
                    Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,032

                    NEW CASES
                    New Confirmed cases = 3 as follows:
                    Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
                    Bombali =0, Kambia = 0,Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =0, Tonkolili = 0
                    Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
                    Western Area Urban = 3, Western Area Rural = 0,Missing = 0
                    Hot Spots:
                    District Chiefdom Community
                    Western Area W/Area Urban Magazine Wharf(3)

                    CUMULATIVE CASES
                    Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,679 as follows:
                    Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono =253
                    Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 251, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,481, Tonkolili = 454
                    Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
                    Western Area Urban = 2,274, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

                    CUMULATIVE DEATHS
                    Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,575
                    Probable cases = 287
                    Probable deaths = 208
                    Suspected cases = 4,218
                    Suspected deaths = 158
                    Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report
                    PROVIDED BY:
                    The Ministry of Health and Sanitation
                    For more information, please contact: District
                    level: District Health Management Team
                    National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com
                    Website:www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.sl




                    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.p...81064805403702
                    Twitter: @RonanKelly13
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                    • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES---July 15, 2015
                      DISCHARGED CASES
                      Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,033

                      NEW CASES
                      New Confirmed cases = 2 as follows:
                      Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
                      Bombali =0, Kambia = 0,Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =1, Tonkolili = 0
                      Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
                      Western Area Urban = 1, Western Area Rural = 0,Missing = 0
                      Hot Spots:
                      District Chiefdom Community
                      Western Area W/Area Urban Lumley(1)
                      Port Loko Marampa Mamusa(1)

                      CUMULATIVE CASES
                      Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,690 as follows:
                      Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono =253
                      Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 253, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,483, Tonkolili = 454
                      Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
                      Western Area Urban = 2,281, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

                      CUMULATIVE DEATHS
                      Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,582
                      Probable cases = 287
                      Probable deaths = 208
                      Suspected cases = 4,235
                      Suspected deaths = 158




                      National Ebola Response Centre (NERC)
                      Media and Communications Office
                      Block 1 Former Special Court Complex
                      Jomo Kenyatta Road
                      FREETOWN
                      Sierra Leone. Website: www.nerc.sl

                      Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report
                      PROVIDED BY:
                      The Ministry of Health and Sanitation
                      For more information, please contact: District
                      level: District Health Management Team
                      National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com
                      Website:www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.

                      https://www.facebook.com/permalink.p...81064805403702
                      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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                      • EBOLA OUTBREAK UPDATES--- August 2, 2015
                        DISCHARGED CASES
                        Total Survived and Discharged Cases = 4,043
                        NEW CASES
                        New Confirmed cases = 1 as follows:
                        Kailahun = 0, Kenema = 0, Kono = 0
                        Bombali = 0, Kambia = 0, Koinadugu = 0, Port Loko =0, Tonkolili = 1
                        Bo = 0, Bonthe = 0, Moyamba = 0 Pujehun = 0
                        Western Area Urban = 0, Western Area Rural = 0, Missing = 0
                        Hot Spots:
                        District Chiefdom Community
                        Tonkolili Kholifa Rowala Massesgbeh(1)

                        CUMULATIVE CASES
                        Cumulative confirmed cases = 8,695 as follows:

                        Kailahun = 565, Kenema = 503, Kono = 253
                        Bombali = 1,049, Kambia = 253, Koinadugu = 109, Port Loko = 1,484, Tonkolili = 456
                        Bo = 314, Bonthe = 5, Moyamba = 209, Pujehun = 31
                        Western Area Urban = 2,284, Western Area Rural = 1,164, Missing = 14

                        CUMULATIVE DEATHS
                        Total cumulative confirmed death is 3,585
                        Probable cases = 287
                        Probable deaths = 208
                        Suspected cases = 4,420
                        Suspected deaths = 158

                        Ebola Virus Disease Situation Report
                        PROVIDED BY:
                        The Ministry of Health and Sanitation
                        For more information, please contact: District
                        level: District Health Management Team
                        National level: Directorate of Disease Prevention and Control, E.mail: dpcsurveillance@gmail.com
                        Website: www.nerc.sl or www.health.gov.sl
                        Mobile: 117 (Toll free)
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                        Twitter: @RonanKelly13
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