By Saliou Samb and James Harding Giahyue CONAKRY/MONROVIA (Reuters) – Guinea will soon vaccinate people who have come into contact with more than 500 men who have recovered from Ebola, a senior health official said, the first time it has vaccinated the contacts of survivors. The decision reflects research that indicates Ebola can remain in the bodily fluids of survivors for months. The contacts will include but will not be limited to sexual partners, said Fode Tass Sylla, the spokesman for the West African nation's centre for the fight against Ebola.
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As Ebola flares up, Guinea plans to vaccinate contacts of survivors