Sierra Leone says Kailahun Ebola case report was mistaken

April 7, 2015 5:01 PM

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KENEMA, Sierra Leone, April 7 (Reuters) - Sierra Leone said on Tuesday that it had mistakenly reported an Ebola positive case in Kailahun, a former hotspot for the virus which has not seen a case for nearly four months.

A nine-month-old baby was pronounced Ebola positive last week but was later found to have died from other causes, according to National Ebola Response Centre spokesman Sidi Yahya Tunis.

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