Five Americans released after Ebola monitoring

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Paul Martin
Apr. 2, 2015

Washington (AFP) – Five US health workers monitored for three weeks by doctors in Nebraska after being exposed to Ebola in West Africa have all been released, officials said.

They are all clinicians who worked with Boston-based aid group Partners in Health.

The five treated in Nebraska were exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone in March, but did not develop the disease.

“All five people have now completed their quarantine period for Ebola,” Nebraska Medicine said on Twitter.

Four of the health workers left Omaha immediately and “the fifth, who had a cardiac-related issue on Saturday has now been discharged from the hospital and will leave the area soon,” it added.

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