A affected person admitted to hospital in Sweden with a doable case of the Ebola virus has examined negative.
Skane University hospital advised the BBC the affected person was “not infected” with Ebola. That person had come into the hospital with signs of fever.
Maria Josephsson, head of Skane’s infectious illnesses division, stated tests had been being carried out due to the place the affected person had been staying.
An ongoing Ebola outbreak in DR Congo has claimed greater than 2,100 lives.
Another case was confirmed in Uganda earlier this 12 months.
Ms Josephsson advised the BBC that, as a precaution, the affected person had been saved in isolation.
Later, she stated: “Test results have now come back negative. The patient is not infected with Ebola.”
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