WHO Sends Emergency Response Team To Guinea After Ebola Resurfaces; At Least 4 Dead

Agence France-Presse: Ebola clinic reopens in Guinea after virus resurfaces
“A medical charity said Friday it had reopened its specialist Ebola clinic in southern Guinea to treat an infected woman and her child after the virus killed at least two of their relatives…” (3/18).

Associated Press: WHO sends specialists in response to Guinea Ebola flare-up
“The World Health Organization deployed specialists to southeast Guinea on Friday after two new Ebola cases were confirmed…” (3/18).

Reuters: Fourth person dies of Ebola in latest flare up in Guinea
“A fourth person has died of Ebola in Guinea in the latest flare up of an epidemic that has killed more than 11,300 people in that country, Sierra Leone, and Liberia since 2013 but now claims few victims…” (Samb/Bigg, 3/19).

U.N. News Centre: Ebola: U.N. health agency sends specialists to help contain flare-up in Guinea
“…Guinea’s National Emergency Response Centre is convening a meeting today to further coordinate a rapid response to contain the flare-up, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a press release…” (3/18).

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