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“Today, science has triumphed...let’s learn lessons” (Dr. Sakuba).

“Today, science has triumphed…let’s learn lessons” (Dr. Sakuba).

The Director General of the National Agency for Health Security, Dr. Sakuba Keita (ANSS) did not respond much after announcing that there were no cases of Ebola virus disease in Cote d’Ivoire.

For epidemiologist Dr. Sakuba Keita, the free categorization of cases of the Guinean patient by the Bio-Mérieux laboratory in Lyon shows that science has triumphed and that lessons will be learned.

“WHO responded positively to our request for reconfirmation to clarify the condition of the diagnosed Guinean patient. It was in order to remove any doubts about the rules of art dictated by science. For us, science won, won, and allowed us to learn. This is the spirit that moves me. Our colleagues from Cote d’Ivoires are our collaborators.For 20 years I have known little through the forums and no disagreement that we have to cut it all.These links go back centuries» It was launched at a press conference held on Wednesday 1 September at ANSS Headquarters in Calum.

As a reminder, on August 14, 2021, Côte d’Ivoire declared an outbreak of the Ebola virus (EVD) after the Pasteur Institute laboratory confirmed a sample taken from a patient who left Labe in Guinea on August 8, 2021 and arrived in Abidjan on August 8, 2021, was hospitalized, isolated and diagnosed Ebola virus.

Seydou Barry

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