BAMAKO, April 9 (Xinhua) -- Two out of three suspected Ebola cases in Mali "do not contain the Ebola virus," the Malian government said on Tuesday.
"The results of the third suspected case are still under examination," the government said, adding that so far there is no confirmed Ebola case in Mali.
"All the people who had been placed under observation are doing well and those whose results have been termed as negative will soon be allowed to go home," the statement said.
The government promised to reinforce surveillance measures to prevent the spread of Ebola virus from the neighboring Guinea.
At the same time, the government appealed for an end to discrimination against people who are showing symptoms that might be similar to those of Ebola such as vomiting.