April 2 (Reuters) – A studious who was being evaluated for
possible Ebola during a Colorado sanatorium has tested disastrous for
the virus, a state’s health dialect pronounced on Thursday.
The patient, who was not identified, recently trafficked to
an Ebola-affected nation and was taken to a sanatorium north of
Denver late on Wednesday after descending ill, a Colorado
Department of Public Health and Environment said.
It did not yield serve sum on a patient.
At slightest 10 people are famous to have been treated for Ebola
in a United States – 4 of them diagnosed with a disease
on U.S. dirt – amid an widespread centered in West Africa during
the final year.
Only dual people are famous to have engaged a pathogen in
the United States – both of them nurses who treated an Ebola
patient from Liberia who became ill while visiting Dallas. That
man, Thomas Duncan, died in October.
The Ebola conflict in West Africa has left some-more than 10,000
dead in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, a 3 worst-hit
(Reporting by Curtis Skinner in San Francisco and Daniel Wallis
in Denver; Editing by Kevin Liffey and Susan Heavey)
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