Guinea Records 4 New Ebola Cases; WHO Releases Roadmap For Emergency Response Reforms

CIDRAP News: Guinea reports 4 Ebola cases; WHO details response reforms
“Ebola cases in West Africa’s outbreak region stayed in the single digits last week, with four cases reported, all from a known transmission chain in Guinea, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in its weekly update [Wednesday]. In related developments, the WHO released a roadmap detailing its emergency response reforms that have taken shape in the epidemic’s wake, and the U.S. government announced more funding support for a rapid test for the disease…” (Schnirring, 9/30).

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