Mali confirms first Ebola case

By REUTERS
October 24, 2014 00:36

 
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Mali said on Thursday it detected its first confirmed case of Ebola, making it the sixth West African country to be touched by the worst outbreak on record of the deadly hemorrhagic fever.

Health Minister Ousmane Kone told state television that the patient in the western region of Kayes was a two-year-old girl who had recently arrived from neighboring Guinea, where the outbreak began.

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