Health authorities from Mali are looking for two women they believe left Guinea after having had contact with a person suffering from Ebola.
According to ABC News:
Dr. Keni Diarra, head doctor at the health center in Kenieba in the Kayes region, said Wednesday the two Guinean women came to Mali Sunday. He said they are suspected to be in Hamdallaye, a village in Kayes.
The World Health Organization says there have been eight cases of Ebola and seven deaths since late February in Guinea, flare-ups that came months after the nation was declared Ebola-free.
In Mali eight people were infected with Ebola and six of them died in 2014 before it was declared free from transmissions in January 2015.
More than 11,300 people, mostly in West Africa, have died from Ebola since December 2013.
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