Guinea Goes 1 Week With No Recorded Ebola Cases; Longest Stretch Since March 2014, WHO Says

Agence France-Presse: Guinea passes one week with no new Ebola case: WHO
“Guinea has notched up a week without a new case of Ebola, a first since March 2014, the head of the U.N.’s response to the epidemic, Bruce Aylward, said on Wednesday. … ‘That is the longest period since March of last year that Guinea has gone without an Ebola case,’ he added…” (9/9).

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