The last known Ebola case in Guinea is a three-week-old girl named Nubia. She has recovered from the virus, but as she is the first infected baby to have recuperated, she will continue to receive specialized medical support before going back home.
ABOVE: Nubia is visited by her uncle Adama at the clinic in Conakry.
Nubia's mother died the day she gave birth to Nubia at the treatment center.
. Nubia's recovery means Guinea can begin its 42-day countdown to declaring an end to the outbreak in the country. Sierra Leone was declared free of the virus on Nov. 7. Liberia had been declared Ebola-free but a new case was discovered on Nov. 20.
. Health workers put on their protective gear before entering the high-risk zone at the treatment center in Conakry.
. A health worker is disinfected with chlorine by another worker as they leave the high-risk zone at the clinic.
. Doctors Without Borders staff care for Nubia.
"I felt such emotion when I saw her," said Adama. "Last time we visited her [when she had Ebola] she looked so different. Now she looks so healthy. I'm going to go and tell the rest of the family right now. We didn't think she could survive. But she is in good hands. And she is a warrior."