Guinea's Ebola coordination unit has traced approximately 816 people who may have been in contact with Ebola victims or corpses infected with the virus, a health official said on Monday.
"Since the start of the tracing on Saturday, we have traced 816 contacts in 107 families," Fode Tass Sylla, spokesman for the coordination unit, said on Guinea’s state television.
At least four people have died in the latest Ebola flair-up, which began in a village in the West African country’s southeast region.
Ebola outbreak has killed more than 11,300 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia since 2013.
The world’s worst Ebola epidemic is believed to have started in Guinea and has killed about 2,500 people in the country.