Nebraska patient being monitored after exposure to Ebola in Africa

Nebraska patient being monitored after exposure to Ebola in Africa
Ebola risk contagion

[Ed. – No information on who the patient is, or any particulars that would help others determine if they’ve had secondary exposure.  We last went through this in significant numbers in 2014.]

Nebraska Medicine is monitoring a patient who could have been exposed to the Ebola virus, hospital officials say.

The unidentified American health care professional was providing medical assistance in the Democratic Republic of the Congo when the exposure could have happened.

Nebraska Medicine said Sunday that it would not provide status updates on the patient, unless the patient develops symptoms of Ebola.

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Absent of symptoms, the next update will come at the end of the two-week monitoring process.

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