– BREAKING: Ebola Spreads to Senegal. WHO says no vaccine until 2015. UK Airport Staff Set to Strike (InvestmentWatch, Aug 10, 2014):
Alert – A case of Ebola fever in Senegal
A Guinean isolated in a facility to Colobane
We can not speak exactly to the famous Ebola.
But speculation is rife about a Guinean national detained yesterday at the health center Colobane.
The samples were taken and sent to the Pasteur Institute in Dakar.
Results will be available in the afternoon.
A Malian national living in northern Senegal has been quarantined in a hospital due to suspected Ebola symptoms, Senegalese News Agency reported Saturday.
The 27-year-old patient had just returned to the northern city of Ourossogui from a trip to Mali, where he was in contact with nationals of Guinea, said the head doctor of the local medical team, adding samples have been sent to Dakar for analysis and the results could be available within 48 hours.
Nun dies of Ebola asking to be taken to Spain
The Hospitaller Order of St. John of God reported the death of Sister Chantal Pascaline, partner of Spanish religious Miguel Pajares, due to the Ebola virus in the San José Hospital in Monrovia.
More on the Senegal case – Google Translate:
This is a white person and male who presented yesterday Friday around 23h with highly suspicious signs.
According to some members of the medical staff interviewed by us Fann hospital, he stayed for more than 42 days in an infected country of Liberia and it has a very high fever.
Ebola vaccine won’t be ready until 2015, says WHO
Patient Zero in the Ebola outbreak, researchers suspect, was a 2-year-old boy who died on Dec. 6, just a few days after falling ill in a village in Guéckédou, in southeastern Guinea. Bordering Sierra Leone and Liberia, Guéckédou is at the intersection of three nations, where the disease found an easy entry point to the region.
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3 suspected Ebola patients isolated at Nsawam Government hospital, Ghana
Reports say three persons have been isolated at the Nsawam Government hospital in the Eastern Region, Ghana, for supposedly showing signs of the Ebola attack…
…Among the patients is a 16-year-old girl who went to the infirmary Thursday with blood in her urine. Matilda continued that a 56-year-old man also came in from a nearby village, Adawso, with blood in his urine. The third patient’s case, she said, was a peculiar one because he had blood in his urine and faeces and was in a feverish condition. He is a 53-year-old long distance driver, who plies the Accra-Kumasi route. Meanwhile, the Ghana Health Service is awaiting test results of a Burkinabe, who was admitted at a health facility in Bawku in the Northern Region…
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