The government had initially said 122 were confirmed dead from the hemorrhagic fever, but a closer look at figures and testing proved the number is exactly half of that.
“The death toll reduction is due to the cleaning of figures because there had been a lot of confusion,” said Sakoba Keita, head of epidemic prevention at the ministry. “Some deaths were recorded three times.”
[World Health Organization]
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