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The World Health Organization (WHO) is heightening its readiness and response to an Ebola outbreak in the West African nation of Guinea after eight infections and at least four deaths were linked to the deadly disease there.

The Guinean officials on Sunday sounded the alarm over the new outbreak, with National Health Security Agency Chief Sakoba Keita calling the problem an “epidemic situation.”

The cases appear to be connected to a burial of a nurse who died a few weeks ago, soon after becoming ill. Keita claimed that “among those who took part in the burial, eight people showed symptoms: diarrhea, vomiting, and bleeding,” while “three of them died and four others are in hospital.”

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Second Ebola death confirmed in Democratic Republic of Congo amid fears of new major outbreak

One of the hospitalized patients had also allegedly “escaped” from quarantine, but was later caught.

Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organization’s Regional Director for Africa, said the organization was “very concerned” by the Ebola deaths in Guinea, and is “ramping up readiness & response efforts to this potential resurgence” of the virus in West Africa.

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced on Saturday that the organization was performing “confirmatory testing” in the region.

It is the first time in five years that Ebola has been linked to deaths in Guinea.

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A member of the French Red Cross disinfects the area around a motionless person suspected of carrying the Ebola virus as a crowd gathers in Forecariah, Guinea, January 30, 2015.
Ebola kills 4 in Guinea as West African nation suffers first outbreak of deadly disease in 5 years

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The World Health Organization (WHO) is heightening its readiness and response to an Ebola outbreak in the West African nation of Guinea after eight infections and at least four deaths were linked to the deadly disease there.

The Guinean officials on Sunday sounded the alarm over the new outbreak, with National Health Security Agency Chief Sakoba Keita calling the problem an “epidemic situation.”

The cases appear to be connected to a burial of a nurse who died a few weeks ago, soon after becoming ill. Keita claimed that “among those who took part in the burial, eight people showed symptoms: diarrhea, vomiting, and bleeding,” while “three of them died and four others are in hospital.”

Also on rt.com
Ebola screening procedure upon arrival from the South, to the North of Lake Kivu in Kituku, crossing point in Goma, the capital of North Kivu, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, (FILE PHOTO) © REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
Second Ebola death confirmed in Democratic Republic of Congo amid fears of new major outbreak

One of the hospitalized patients had also allegedly “escaped” from quarantine, but was later caught.

Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organization’s Regional Director for Africa, said the organization was “very concerned” by the Ebola deaths in Guinea, and is “ramping up readiness & response efforts to this potential resurgence” of the virus in West Africa.

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced on Saturday that the organization was performing “confirmatory testing” in the region.

It is the first time in five years that Ebola has been linked to deaths in Guinea.

Also on rt.com
A member of the French Red Cross disinfects the area around a motionless person suspected of carrying the Ebola virus as a crowd gathers in Forecariah, Guinea, January 30, 2015.
Ebola kills 4 in Guinea as West African nation suffers first outbreak of deadly disease in 5 years

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