Samuel Aranda

Conakry, Guinea

Members of the Soumah family in the MSF (Medecins Sans Frontieres, Doctors without Borders) centre in Conakry, the capital. The family is from the village of Tana in the prefecture of Forecariah. They were brought into the MSF hospital to be isolated, after two women - Mbalia Socko and Mamasta Soumah, wifes of the same men - died of Ebola. Four of their children have tested positive. Though the spead of infections has been reduced to a very small area it is proving difficult to completely eradicate the disease.
Around over 2,500 people died from ebola from the outbreak in Guinea in December 2013 until October 2015 and Guinea is also the last country with known cases of the virus. In total, by October 2015, around 11,300 people had died across West Africa with one fatality outside the region.

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Samuel Aranda
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