Guinea Identifies Additional Ebola Cases; At Least 5 Dead In Flare-Up

Agence France-Presse: At least 5 dead in Guinea Ebola flare-up: health officials
“Ebola has likely killed five people in Guinea after re-emerging in the country’s south, health authorities said Tuesday, as Liberia announced it was closing their shared border to guard against the spread of the virus…” (Bah, 3/22).

Bloomberg Business: Guinea Reports 3 New Cases of Ebola, 3 Probable Deaths to Virus
“Guinea on Wednesday recorded three new, confirmed cases of Ebola and three deaths, probably due to the virus, the government said…” (Shone, 3/23).

Reuters: Fifth person dies in Guinea Ebola flare-up
“A fifth person has died of Ebola in southeast Guinea since March 17, a health official told Reuters on Tuesday, raising concerns that a recent flare-up of the deadly virus could spread…” (Samb/McAllister, 3/22).

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