After Nearly 2 Years, Guinea Begins Countdown To End Of Ebola Epidemic

News outlets continue to report on the release of Guinea’s last Ebola patient and the start of a 42-day countdown to the end of Ebola transmission.

Associated Press: Guinea begins countdown to end of Ebola after nearly 2 years (Diallo, 11/17).

BBC News: Guinea’s last Ebola patient recovers in Conakry (11/17).

CIDRAP News: Guinea begins countdown to end of Ebola transmission (Schnirring, 11/17).

Deutsche Welle: Guinea reports last known Ebola patient recovers (11/17).

New York Times: Guinea, Last Nation With Ebola, May Soon Be Declared Free of Virus (Searcey, 11/17).

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