Guinean President Says Ebola Outbreak a ‘Health Emergency’ in the Country

by Kathy Jones on  August 14, 2014 at 11:01 PM General Health News
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With the death toll following the Ebola outbreak rising to more than 375, Guinean President Alpha Conde declared that the situation in the country was a 'health emergency'.
 Guinean President Says Ebola Outbreak a ‘Health Emergency’ in the Country
Guinean President Says Ebola Outbreak a ‘Health Emergency’ in the Country

"The World Health Organisation has declared a global health emergency over Ebola. Considering that Guinea is a signatory to the WHO constitution I declare Ebola a national health emergency in Guinea," Conde said in a statement read on state television.

Source: AFP

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