Airport Passengers In Guinea Screened For Ebola; Mob Attacks Treatment Center

News outlets continue to report on the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, including precautions taken at airports and a mob attack at a treatment center.

Associated Press: Guinea: Airport passengers screened for Ebola
“Health officials in Guinea say all passengers departing from the capital city’s airport must fill out a health form and have their temperature taken as part of an effort to combat the spread of the deadly Ebola hemorrhagic fever…” (4/6).

Associated Press: Crowd attacks Ebola treatment center in Guinea
“A crowd angry about an Ebola outbreak that has killed 86 people across Guinea attacked a center where victims were being held in isolation, prompting an international aid group to temporarily evacuate its team, officials said Saturday…” (Diallo, 4/5).

Reuters: Mob attacks Ebola treatment center in Guinea, suspected cases reach Mali
“An angry crowd attacked an Ebola treatment center in Guinea on Friday, accusing its staff of bringing the deadly disease to the town, Médecins Sans Frontières said, as Mali identified its first suspected cases…” (Diarra/Hussain, 4/5).

VOA News: Mob Attacks Ebola Treatment Site in Guinea
“The Guinean government appealed for calm Saturday, after a mob attacked a center where Ebola virus victims were being treated…” (4/5).

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