As of May 13, 2021, 16 cases of Ebola were confirmed in Guinea, including 5 confirmed deaths and 10 recoveries.
9,829 people have been inoculated (including 2,694 frontline staff) since the official launch of the vaccination on February 23, 2021.
UNICEF provided psychosocial support to 132 children (including 77 girls) in the families of contact cases identified by social workers.
775 live alerts and 15 community deaths were reported through active community surveillance by the 345 social mobilizers and 40 supervisors deployed in the field.
The countdown (42 days) to the end of the epidemic started on May 8th, 2021.
The funding gap for the response is currently at 60%.