Guinea Officials Expect Country’s Ebola Epidemic To Be Declared Over By November
Bloomberg Business: Guinea’s Government Expects an End to Ebola Epidemic by November
“…One confirmed and one suspected case of the hemorrhagic fever were being treated as of Sept. 17, Guinean National Ebola Response Coordinator Sakoba Keita said in an interview in the capital, Conakry, on Sept. 18. The authorities will count 42 days — twice the incubation period for the disease — from the last infection to declare the country free of the epidemic…” (Camara/Wild, 9/21).
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