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BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 05/08/20 Impact of the Ebola virus disease outbreak (2014–2016) on tuberculosis surveillance activities by Guinea’s National Tuberculosis Control Program: a time series analysis. On average, 3090 ± 410 cases of TB were reported every quarter in Guinea, with a success rate of 83% ± 0.7 cases, for all the periods considered under our series.

BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 05/08/20 Impact of the Ebola virus disease outbreak (2014–2016) on tuberculosis surveillance activities by Guinea’s National Tuberculosis Control Program: a time series analysis

The number of TB cases reported varied considerably during EVD outbreak, for all forms of TB, including those clinically diagnosed (468.4 ± 160.1 cases) or bacteriologically confirmed (1872.9 ± 213.1 cases) on average (Table 1). The NTP TB case notification rate fell from 120 cases per 100,000 population in 2011 to 100 cases per 100,000 population in 2014; but resurged from 2015 to 2018 (Fig. 2a). From 2012 to 2013, the trends were slightly downward, but higher than in 2014. After this year, notification of new cases and relapses for all forms of TB started to increase. Likewise, the number of new clinically diagnosed and bacteriologically confirmed TB cases and relapses has resumed the upward trend. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 06/03/20 Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards viral haemorrhagic fevers amongst healthcare workers in urban and rural public healthcare facilities in the N’zérékoré prefecture, Guinea: a cross-sectional study.

CDC EID - FEV 2020 - Public Health Program for Decreasing Risk for Ebola Virus Disease Resurgence from Survivors of the 2013–2016 Outbreak, Guinea. Disclaimer: Early release articles are not considered as final versions.

CDC EID - FEV 2020 - Public Health Program for Decreasing Risk for Ebola Virus Disease Resurgence from Survivors of the 2013–2016 Outbreak, Guinea

Any changes will be reflected in the online version in the month the article is officially released. UNIVERSUD LIEGE 20/04/18 L’IMPACT D’EBOLA SUR LE SECTEUR DE LA SANTÉ EN RÉPUBLIQUE DE GUINÉE. Le premier cas d’Ebola en Guinée a été localisé le 6 décembre 2013 dans la préfecture de Guéckédou, dans le sud-est, où un garçon de deux ans a été atteint par une maladie « inconnue ».

UNIVERSUD LIEGE 20/04/18 L’IMPACT D’EBOLA SUR LE SECTEUR DE LA SANTÉ EN RÉPUBLIQUE DE GUINÉE

C’est seulement plus de trois mois après que les autorités guinéennes, avec l’aide de Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), confirmèrent la présence du virus Ebola en Guinée, laissant ainsi le temps à la maladie de se propager à l’intérieur du pays et dans les pays voisins, notamment en Sierra Leone et au Liberia. À la fin du mois de juin 2014, la maladie à virus Ebola (MVE) était confirmée dans 60 endroits en Guinée, en Sierra Leone et au Liberia. CDC EID - DEC 2018 - Survey of Ebola Viruses in Frugivorous and Insectivorous Bats in Guinea, Cameroon, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2015–2017. Helene M.

CDC EID - DEC 2018 - Survey of Ebola Viruses in Frugivorous and Insectivorous Bats in Guinea, Cameroon, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2015–2017

BIORXIV 31/03/18 Ebola outbreak brings to light an unforeseen impact of tsetse control on sleeping sickness transmission in Guinea. MSF 31/03/14 Guinée: Mobilisation contre une épidémie d’Ebola sans précédent. OMS 01/06/16 End of Ebola transmission in Guinea. Brazzaville, 1 June 2016 - Today the World Health Organization (WHO) declares the end of Ebola virus transmission in the Republic of Guinea.

OMS 01/06/16 End of Ebola transmission in Guinea

Forty-two days have passed since the last person confirmed to have Ebola virus disease tested negative for the second time. Guinea now enters a 90-day period of heightened surveillance to ensure that any new cases are identified quickly before they can spread to other people. “WHO commends the Government of Guinea and its people on ending this Ebola outbreak,” says Dr Abou Bekr Gaye, acting WHO Representative in Guinea. “We must continue to be vigilant to ensure that we rapidly detect and stop any new cases that may occur.” CDC EID - JUNE 2018 - Symptom-Based Ebola Risk Score for Ebola Virus Disease, Conakry, Guinea. Article Metrics Citations: Brecht Ingelbeen.

CDC EID - JUNE 2018 - Symptom-Based Ebola Risk Score for Ebola Virus Disease, Conakry, Guinea

Lancet Glob Health. 2017 Apr;5(4):e448-e457. Effect of Ebola virus disease on maternal and child health services in Guinea: a retrospective observational cohort study. CDC EID - JANV 2018 - Emergence of Vaccine-Derived Polioviruses during Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak, Guinea, 2014–2015. Maria Dolores Fernandez-Garcia ( , Manasi Majumdar, Ousmane Kebe, Aichatou D.

CDC EID - JANV 2018 - Emergence of Vaccine-Derived Polioviruses during Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak, Guinea, 2014–2015

Fall, Moussa Kone, Mouctar Kande, Moustapha Dabo, Mohamed Salif Sylla, Djenou Sompare, Wayne Howard, Ousmane Faye, Javier Martin1, and Kader Ndiaye1 Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur, Dakar, Senegal (M.D. Fernandez-Garcia, O. Kebe, A.D. Suggested citation for this article Abstract During the 2014–2015 outbreak of Ebola virus disease in Guinea, 13 type 2 circulating vaccine-derived polioviruses (cVDPVs) were isolated from 6 polio patients and 7 healthy contacts. Poliovirus, the etiologic agent of paralytic poliomyelitis, can cause acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) (1). The first known outbreak of cVDPV infection was reported in Hispaniola in 2000–2001 (4), although retrospective analyses of poliovirus isolates from Egypt during the 1960s suggest that this phenomenon might have been more common than anticipated.

Surveillance of AFP Cases. CDC EID – JUNE 2017 – Au sommaire : Ebola Virus Imported from Guinea to Senegal, 2014. ECDC 23/03/16 Epidemiological update: New Ebola cluster in Guinea. ​A new Ebola cluster has been announced in Guinea, just after Sierra Leone was declared free of the virus, and West Africa was declared to be Ebola-free.

ECDC 23/03/16 Epidemiological update: New Ebola cluster in Guinea

On 17 March 2016, Guinean health officials reported three unexplained deaths that had occurred in recent weeks in the village of Korokpara, in the prefecture of N’Zérékoré. The investigation conducted by health authorities identified four close contacts among relatives who were showing symptoms suggestive of Ebola virus disease. On 18 March, WHO verified that two of them, a mother and her five-year-old son, had had laboratory tests confirmed for Ebola virus disease (EVD) and been admitted to a treatment facility.

In addition, according to media, a young girl died at the N’Zérékoré EVD treatment centre on 21 March 2016. On 22 March, media reported an additional fatal case in Macenta prefecture, about 200 kilometres from the village of Korokpara. Bull. Acad. Natle Méd. 04/11/14 L’épidémie à virus Ébola en Guinée, ses conséquences sanitaires et socio-économiques. CDC EID - Volume 22, Number 2—February 2016. Au sommaire notamment: Epidemiology of Epidemic Ebola Virus Disease in Conakry and Surrounding Prefectures, Guinea, 2014–2015. Adriana Rico.

CDC EID - Volume 22, Number 2—February 2016. Au sommaire notamment: Epidemiology of Epidemic Ebola Virus Disease in Conakry and Surrounding Prefectures, Guinea, 2014–2015

LE MONDE PLANETE 26/03/14 Des anthropologues en première ligne contre le virus Ebola. SCIENCEMEDIACENTRE 02/04/14 Ebola virus in West Africa – experts respond. An outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa is gaining international attention, with latest reports indicating that a total of 122 patients are suspected of contracting Ebola and 78 have died.

SCIENCEMEDIACENTRE 02/04/14 Ebola virus in West Africa – experts respond

Most fatalities due to the disease have occurred in Guinea but cases have also been reported in Sierra Leone and Liberia. You can read more about the outbreak on CNN, Bloomberg and TVNZ News. Updates on the unfolding situation are posted on the WHO Global Alert and Response site. Our colleagues at the UK SMC collected the following expert commentary. Feel free to use these quotes in your reporting. BFMTV 04/04/14 virus Ebola: sur la route d'une épidémie sans précédent. Il y a une semaine, un médecin de l'hôpital Bichat à Paris, a reçu une alerte du ministère de la Santé: l’établissement hospitalier doit se préparer à d'éventuels cas d'Ebolavirus. SUD OUEST 04/04/14 Le virus Ebola peut-il arriver en France ? L'avis d'un spécialiste bordelais.

LE POINT 03/04/14 Virus Ebola : la France accroît sa vigilance. Face à l'épidémie sans précédent de fièvre Ebola en Guinée, la France a accru sa "vigilance" en alertant notamment les médecins sur les symptômes de cette maladie, a annoncé mercredi la ministre des Affaires sociales, Marisol Touraine, qui n'a eu "connaissance" jusqu'ici d'aucun cas suspect en France. "Il n'y a aujourd'hui pas de raison de s'inquiéter particulièrement", en France, mais il est évidemment nécessaire de faire preuve de vigilance (...), et c'est la raison pour laquelle j'ai engagé des procédures d'alerte, d'information et d'information aussi aux professionnels de santé", a déclaré Marisol Touraine sur i>Télé.

La ministre, également en charge de la Santé, a précisé qu'il "n'y a pas aujourd'hui nécessité de restriction" des voyages dans les pays d'Afrique de l'Ouest où des cas suspects ou avérés ont été rapportés. AFP 01/04/14 Le Maroc renforce son dispositif sanitaire face au virus d'Ebola en Guinée. LE PARISIEN 27/03/14 Epidémie d'Ebola en Guinée : le virus a atteint Conakry. ASPC 02/04/14 Éclosion d’Ébola en Guinée. Pour partager cette page, veuillez cliquez sur le réseau sociale de votre choix. Mise à jour : 25 avril 2014.

ECDC 28/03/14 Epidemiological update: Outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Guinea. ​BackgroundAn outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Guinea, West Africa, with onset in early February 2014 is rapidly evolving. The first cases were reported from the Forested Region of south-eastern Guinea. ECDC published a Rapid Risk Assessment of the outbreak on 23 March at which time 80 cases including 59 deaths (CFR: 74%) had been reported.

To date, fifteen cases have tested positive for Ebola virus by PCR. Gene sequencing has demonstrated 98% homology with the Zaire Ebola virus last reported from an outbreak in 2009 in Kasai-Occidental Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The case fatality ratios in previously reported outbreaks caused by the Zaire Ebola virus have been high. INVS 02/04/14 Bulletin hebdomadaire international du 26 mars au 1er avril 2014. N°445.Virus Ebola en Guinée.